Tribal Wills Project

Adventures

Pro Bono Awards Raph Carr Judicial Center


Members of Tribal Wills Project and Supervising Attorneys accepting special recognition from Colorado Supreme Court for our pro bono work on the Tribal Wills Project. Colorado Supreme Court, May 1, 2015.

 


 

Adventures to Come

Chapter houses near Albuquerque, New Mexico, January 2018

Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota, May 2018

Adventures PastMore than 900 clients served to date

Ft. McDowell and Wld Horse, Phoenix, Arizona, January 2017

Upper Fruitland and Nenahnezad Navajo Nation Chapter Houses, New Mexico, March 2017

Pryor and Crow Agency, Montana, May 2017

Nenahnezad and Nagezzi, Navajo Nation Chapter Houses, New Mexico, March 2016

Pryor and Crow Agency, Montana, May 2016

Ramah, New Mexico – Ramah Band, Navajo Nation, January 5th – 9th, 2015

Ignacio, Colorado; Towaoc, Colorado; and White Mesa, Utah – Southern Ute & Ute Mountain Ute, March 16th – 20th, 2015

May 2015 Trip – May 17 – 22, Ramah Band of Navajo Nation and Crownpoint Band of the Navajo Nation, Ramah and Crownpoint, New Mexico.

Ignacio, Colorado; Towaoc, Colorado; and White Mesa, Utah – March 2014

70 clients served

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Ramah, New Mexico – May 2014

40 clients served

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Venturing Out

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