NARF welcomes back law clerk Shay Elbaum


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Shay Elbaum

Shay in front of the Eagle and Giant Clam totem outside the Nesbett Courthouse in downtown Anchorage.

At NARF, we are dedicated to supporting the next generation of Indian law attorneys.  Shay Elbaum was one of our Summer 2014 law clerks and rejoined NARF’s Anchorage, Alaska, office as a law clerk in March 2015.  Shay will be with us until September 2015, when he will begin a clerkship with Justice Joel Bolger of the Alaska Supreme Court. Shay graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in December 2014, where he served as co-chair of the Native American Law Students Association and as Selections Coordinator for the Michigan Journal of Gender and Law. Shay grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and received his B.A. in Linguistics from McGill University.  Welcome back, Shay!

Do you know a law student interested in the fight for Native rights?  NARF is currently seeking candidates for our 2016 Summer Law Clerk Program! Positions are available in all three of NARF’s offices: Anchorage, Alaska; Boulder, Colorado; and Washington, D.C.  September 25, 2015, is the deadline to apply.