NARF is dedicated to supporting the next generation of Indian lawyers. One way we do this is through our Law Clerk Program, which is a ten- to twelve-week program for students who have completed their second year of law school. NARF recently welcomed the law students chosen to participate in our 2015 Law Clerk Program; this week we’re highlighting Whitney Gravelle, a law clerk in NARF’s Boulder, Colorado, office.
Whitney is Anishinaabe from the Bay Mills Indian Community and is currently completing her JD and Indigenous Law Certificate at Michigan State University (MSU) College of Law. Last year, Whitney worked in the Attorney General’s office for the State of Michigan and in Congressman Grijalva’s office through the Udall Congressional Internship Program. Additionally, Whitney currently serves as the Alumni Committee Chair for MSU’s Native American Law Student Association. Whitney holds a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary and International Studies from Michigan State University.
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