Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law - Beus Center for Law and Society Snell & Wilmer Plaza

LLM in Tribal Policy, Law and Government

Do you have your law degree and work (or aspire to work) with Native American tribes and businesses? Are you interested in government, economic development, or health care positions that impact native populations? If so, consider a Master of Laws with an emphasis in Tribal Law. Today, native tribes face growing issues concerning health, economic development, gaming, and many other areas associated with being sovereign nations within the United States’ legal framework. This degree will equip professionals who want to more deeply understand federal, state, and tribal laws and policies.