As an undergraduate, Rovianne Leigh discovered a passion for Indian law. “I became interested in Indian law as a vehicle for social change,” Leigh said. Since graduating in 2005 from the University of California Berkeley School of Law, Leigh has served tribal clients in a variety of areas, such as environmental and cultural resources protection, health, employment, Indian child welfare, and TANF. She has drafted tribal children’s law and order codes, and successfully negotiated one of the first memoranda of understanding between a tribe and a county child welfare services department in California. Click here to view the full article.

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