|Learn to litigate civil Tribal Court cases to advance safety and justice for Native Survivors of domestic and sexual violence
This FREE Tribal Court Legal Advocacy Certification course is in partnership with the University of Wisconsin – Law School. This course is a 6-month program which is comprised of two parts:
Part One: 20 weeks of online study and coursework.
Part Two: 1 week on-site at the University of Wisconsin.
Priority admission is reserved for advocates who work with American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Other individuals who show a connection to working with AI/AN sexual assault or domestic violence survivors will also be considered for admission.
Successful completion of this course results in a certificate issued jointly by the National Tribal Trial College and the University of Wisconsin – Law School.
|Dates & Deadlines
Applications Due: January 15, 2020
Online Course Begins: February 3, 2020
Online Course Ends: June 28, 2020
On-site Course: July 13-17, 2020
|CLICK HERE TO START YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION
For more information about this
FREE Tribal Court Legal Advocacy Course
Please visit www.nttconline.org