Welcome the Native American Law Students Assocation Home Page!
Are you interested in going beyond the standard law school expierence? How would you like to leave a  lasting impression on a culture older than America itself? Your time in law school need not be filled by study sessions and finals alone. Here is your opportunity to leave a legacy worthy of recognition.
The Thomas M. Cooley Law School chapter of N.A.L.S.A. was started by two students with a simple idea. In the largest law school in the country, how do you standout among your peers? In the end, the answer was literally right in front of their faces. Both students were Native American and proud of their heritage. Though Cooley boasts many student organizations, no group had yet been formed to represent this nation's indigenous population. Today, the Thomas M. Cooley Tampa chapter of N.A.L.S.A. is the only chapter in the state.
About Our Organization
The Tampa Bay chapter of NALSA is the first Native American association at the Thomas M. Cooley, Tampa Bay Campus and are the only current chapter school-wide. We have recently been incorporated as a not-for-profit through the State of Florida. We will be seeking to gain IRS 501(c)3 status as a true non-profit organization.
Become a Member
Are you interested in becoming a member of the Native American Law Students Association?
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Membership Opportunities
The monthly meeting of NALSA will be held on the  2nd Wednesday of every month at 1:00pm*.
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