Thank You 2010 NARF Summer Law Clerks
Shannon will be a third year student at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law where she is Co-President of their Native American Law Students Association and a member of the Natural Resources & Environmental Law Society. She has interned at the Progressive Law Center.
Mariah Thompson (Euchee (Yuchi) Tribe)
Mariah will be a third year student at the University of Oklahoma College of Law where she is the Articles Development Editor for the American Indian Law Review and a member of the OU Native American Law Students Association group. She reached the Sweet Sixteen (out of 80) during the 1L Moot Court Competition in the Spring of 2009. Mariah was awarded the "Outstanding Summer Intern 2009" while working at Oklahoma Indian Legal Services.
Daniel Cordalis (Navajo)
Daniel will be a third year student at the University of Colorado Law School where he is pursuing a joint degree (J.D. and Ph.D in Environmental Studies). He is President of CU Native American Law Students Association and a member of the Dean's Diversity Committee. Daniel is currently a Research Assistant for Professor Charles Wilkinson and has interned as a Legislative Associate at the National Congress of American Indians.
Colleen Lamarre (Iroquois)
Colleen will be a third year student at Cornell Law School where she is the President of their chapter of Native American Law Students Association. She was honored as an American Bar Association Equal Opportunity Scholar and is Regional Representative and Frederick Douglass Moot Court Coordinator for Cornell Black Law Students Association. Colleen was a Judicial Extern for the Honorable Louisa Porter, U.S. District Court, Southern District of California. She also did a year with AmeriCorps working with the Hoopa Tribal Community Civilian Corps.
Jaimie just completed her third year at Michigan State College of Law where she is specializing in Indigenous Law and Policy and serves as the Vice President of MSU's Native American Law Students Association chapter. She has served as an AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) for the Navajo Nation through the National Society for American Indian Elderly and for the Oregon Native American Business and Entrepreneurial Network (ONABEN). Jaimie has been a Research Assistant for Asst. Professor of Law and Assoc. Director of MSU Indigenous Law and Policy Center's Wenona Singel and also a Legal Intern for the Honorable Senator St. Germain in the Senate of Canada.