NARF thanks law clerk Garrett Davey


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At NARF, we are dedicated to supporting the next generation of Indian law attorneys.  One way we do that is through our law clerk program and opportunities for current law students.

C. Johnson Dieck, G. Davey, M. Campbell

L to R: Chrissy Johnson Dieck, NARF Paralegal and Law Clerk Program Coordinator; Garrett Davey; and Matthew Campbell, NARF Staff Attorney and Law Clerk Program Supervisor

Garrett L. Davey has been working at NARF 40 hours a week this semester through the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law Semester in Practice program. Garrett is a third year law student and will graduate later this month.  He is a member of the National Native American Law Students Association and a participant in its national moot court competition.  Prior to law school, Garrett had a career in education and community development.  His legal interests include the nexus of Indian law with environmental law, and high-impact social justice litigation for Native communities.

As the capstone project for his Semester in Practice, Garrett presented a talk on the Boarding Schools Policy and its devastating impacts on Native American communities in the United States.  Video of Garrett’s talk is available at the NARF YouTube channel.  Thank you, Garrett, for all of your hard work!