We're Hiring!

Bi-lingual (Spanish-English-speaking) Attorney with Experience in Indian Affairs

The Indian Law Resource Center is seeking an attorney capable of working in both Spanish and English on matters relating to the rights of Indigenous peoples of the Americas, including Indian peoples in Mexico and Central and South America.  Experience with or knowledge of Indian affairs and the rights of Indigenous peoples is very important.  The attorney would work in the Center’s Helena, Montana, office.  Working remotely or in the Center’s Washington, D.C., office are possibilities.

This is a one-year position with the possibility of becoming a permanent position. The position is open immediately.  Work will include research and writing in Spanish  and English and contact and consultations with Indigenous peoples and Indigenous organizations in Mexico and Central and South America concerning Indigenous land rights and land titling. Work may also include providing legal advice and assistance to tribes and indigenous organizations in the United States and Canada.

See the full announcement

To apply, submit a resume, a writing sample in English or Spanish, and two professional references to mt@indianlaw.org.