NARF welcomes 2017 Summer Law Clerk Tracey Cook-Lee


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Tracey Cook-Lee, NARF Summer Law Clerk, 2017At NARF, we are dedicated to supporting the next generation of Indian law lawyers, and one way we do this is through our Law Clerk Program.  This week we’re highlighting Tracey Cook-Lee, a law clerk in our Boulder, CO, office.

Tracey is a rising third year law student at Seattle University School of Law, where she will be the content editor for the American Indian Law Journal and vice president of the Native American Law Student Association.  Before attending law school, Tracey taught American Indian law and policy and American Indian history at Palomar College, a community college in Southern California, and worked on 1A, a successful ballot measure that changed the Calfornia State Constitution to allow for tribal gaming compacting.  Tracey also has a Masters in American Indian Studies from the University of Arizona. In her spare time, Tracey enjoys spending time with her husband and son, cooking Korean food, and relaxing in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

Welcome, Tracey!