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“The MJIL program has helped me in my work by teaching me how to understand different statutes. It has helped us in our meetings to be able to look at a property law and determine if it applies under certain scenarios.”

Donald Newberry (MJIL ’15)
Tulsa County Court Clerk

“The MJIL courses are incredible and my professors are highly accomplished scholars. I enrolled because not all attorneys fully appreciate the importance of the scholarly perspective and vice versa. My goal is to be a litigator who is well versed in all areas of federal Indian law and tribal law.”

Jana Berger Simmons (MJIL Candidate ’18)
Of Counsel, Wilson Elser
Detroit, Michigan

“The MJIL program is a unique, cutting edge academic program that provides solid up-to-date knowledge of Indian law, Indian economic development, environmental issues, and related academic information with real-world applicability. The faculty is first-rate, comprised of many nationally known Native scholars who have a plethora of experience and insight into Indian Legal issues. I recommend this program to anyone who works in any capacity affected by tribal interests.”

Eugene Herrod (MJIL ’15), Muscogee (Creek) Nation (MJIL ’15)
Adjunct Professor, College of the Muscogee Nation
Torrance, California

“I am a graduate of the Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law program at TU Law.  I have to say it has been valuable.  If you are considering the MJ program, I would certainly advise you to apply.”

Jayare Francisco (MJIL ’13)
Tribal Court Assessment Director
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of Justice Services