Native American Law – Procopio

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Procopio’s Native American law practice is committed to serving the community it represents. We generously give of our time and pro bono hours offering our services to support many programs in tribal communities. We also sponsor, support and participate in a wide range of Native American community activities including partnerships with tribal health and wellness events, Inter Tribal Sports, American Indian Recruitment Program (AIR).

The Procopio Native American Law Group supports the following organizations:

  • American Indian Recruitment Program – Board Member, Active Volunteers
  • American Bar Association Section on Civil Rights and Social Justice
  • National Congress of American Indians
  • Kumeyaay Diegueno Land Conservation (voluntarily Advice)
  • Kumeyaay Community College – Pro Bono Council
  • California Native American and Indigenous Film Festival
  • Native American Lawyers Association of San Diego – Member of the Firm
  • California Indian Lawyers Association – Member
  • Studio Earth Alliance (SEA) – Founding Member
  • American Bar Association – Native American Resources Committee

Native American Internship Program

Procopio’s Native American law internship is another example of our long tradition of giving back to the community and continues the firm’s investment in the future legal leaders of Indian Country. The Native American Law Internship provides Native American law students or law students with an emphasis on Native American law the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in dealing with day-to-day legal issues faced by Native American communities.

Interns are involved in cases that deal with issues of legal practice specific to Indian law and other legal issues. Procopio interns reach out to local Native American youth to guide and inspire them with guidance and educational opportunities. Interns connect with Procopio Internship Program alumni to establish a nationwide network of the next generation of Native American attorneys.

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