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About

Our Mission

NALSA is a community of law students that seeks to promote the success of Native students, create awareness around Native issues, and foster a positive culture of unity, cooperation, and respect. Serving as an academic, political, and social resource for Native law students and their allies, NALSA is committed to forming lasting relationships with Native alumni, Native members of the legal community, and the Native community as a whole. From social trips to educational lectures, conferences to mentorships, NALSA actively provides its members with opportunities for academic and legal prosperity, a deeper sense of engagement with Federal Indian Law, and a supportive community of peers. NALSA at Berkeley Law is an active chapter of National NALSA.

Our Board

Co-Chair

Co-Chair

Asunción Hampson-Medina, '23

Co-chair

Co-chair

Megan Warren, '23

Secretary

Secretary

Peyton Provenzano, '23

Treasurer

Treasurer

Geoffrey Bacon, '23

External Representative

External Representative

Haley Broughton, '23

Internal Representative

Internal Representative

Taliah Mirmalek, '23

Secretary (emeritus)

Secretary (emeritus)

Lindsay DeRight-Goldasich, '21

Founding Co-Chair (emeritus)

Founding Co-Chair (emeritus)

Dallas Lopez, '21

Founding Co-Chair (emeritus)

Founding Co-Chair (emeritus)

Ashleigh Lussenden, '21