NARF thanks 2014 Summer Law Clerk Hunter Cox


This summer, we’re highlighting the law students who were chosen to participate in NARF’s 2014 Law Clerk Program, and this week we’re highlighting Hunter Cox. 

Hunter is an enrolled citizen of the Prairie Band of Potawatomi Nation.  After graduating from Dartmouth College, he worked as a paralegal for the Manhattan District Attorney Appeals Bureau.  He is currently completing his JD/MPP at the University of Michigan.  Additionally, he currently serves as Treasurer for the National Native American Law Students Association and as a Contributing Editor for the Michigan Journal of Race and Law.  Hunter spent last summer clerking at Legal Services of South Central Michigan, and has volunteered at the Navajo Nation’s DNA-People’s Legal Services on the Navajo Nation.  Thank you, Hunter!