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Tribal Judicial Support Clinic Work Request Form

Those interested in obtaining assistance from the Tribal Judicial Support Clinic may use this form to submit a request. The activities of the Tribal Judicial Support Clinic are limited to, in general, providing research assistance to tribal court judges and personnel in projects that range from tribal code development, legal research and drafting of legal memoranda and judicial orders. Submission of a request to the Clinic does not create an attorney-client relationship.

 

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