Berkey Williams LLP is pleased to welcome Vincent P. Redhouse, the Firm’s 2021-2022 Indian Law Fellow. Our Indian Law Fellowship is dedicated to supporting the Indian law leaders of the future.
Vince Redhouse is a member of the Navajo Nation. He received his law degree from the James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona in 2021.
During his undergraduate work at the University of Arizona, Vince was heavily involved with the Native American Student Affairs and Tucson Native community. As a result of his dedication to the Native students and the community, as well as his academic work, Vince received the Provost Award
for most outstanding transfer student and was also named to the Honors College’s Pillar of Excellence. After completing his undergraduate degree, Vince accepted the Anne Wexler Fulbright Award in Public Policy and used it to pursue a Master of Philosophy degree at Australian National University.
Vince received the Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy certificate upon graduation from law school. While attending law school, Vince interned with the Navajo Nation Department of Justice, the Department of the Interior’s Solicitor’s Office Division of Indian Affairs, and several private law firms. In addition, throughout law school Vince served as an Executive Board member of the UA American Indian Alumni Club and oversaw the Club’s mentorship program.
Vince was recently named to the Fulbright Program’s 75th Anniversary Alumni Ambassador cohort and is using that position to create more Fulbright opportunities for Indigenous peoples. Vince is honored to serve Indigenous peoples as a Berkey Williams Fellow.