Pro Bono Honors Pledge Program - Suggested Placements

Indian Law / Indigenous Peoples' Issues

 

Americans for Democratic Action (ADA)

ADA is the nation’s oldest, liberal, independent political organization. It focuses on economic, military, foreign, social, and environmental issues, and maintains a political action committee (ADA/PAC). It publishes a weekly legislative newsletter for liberal activists and a quarterly newsletter.

http://www.adaction.org/

Appleseed

A non-profit network of 16 public interest justice centers in the U.S. and Mexico, Appleseed is dedicated to building a society in which opportunities are genuine, access to the law is universal and equal, and government advances the public interest. Appleseed uncovers and corrects injustices and barriers to opportunity through legal, legislative and market-based structural reform. Working with our huge pro bono network, we identify and examine social injustices, make specific recommendations, and advocate for effective solutions to deep-seated structural problems. Together, Appleseed and Appleseed Centers form a network for positive change, building a society that provides each individual access to justice and a genuine opportunity to lead a full and productive life.

http://www.appleseednetwork.org/

Indian Law Resource Center

The Indian Law Resource Center handles state and federal litigation and human rights cases dealing with issues such as land rights, treaty rights, self-government and human rights of American Indians and other indigenous peoples.

http://www.indianlaw.org/

Native American Rights Fund

The Native American Rights Fund deals solely in Indian Rights Law, focusing on Indian land claim and sovereignty issues. There are criteria for representation which can be found in organizational literature.

http://narf.org/