Law students support Yurok Tribe effort to access culturally important species
The students’ clinical work will also support their future careers. This year, Hansen earned a Skadden Fellowship — one of the country’s most esteemed public interest law fellowships — to continue her advocacy on tribal issues. As an attorney for Campaign Legal Center, she’ll work on voting rights for Native people, including making in-person voting more accessible for voters in rural communities and on native reservations.
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