National Tribal Judicial Center Program Attorney

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Are You Our Next National Tribal Judicial Center Program Attorney?
  • Are you passionate about educating the tribal judiciary?
  • Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment?
  • Have you been successful in managing detailed and time sensitive projects?

If you answered “yes” to all of the above, then we may have the perfect position for you!

For more than 50 years, The National Judicial College has remained the national leader in judicial education. The first to offer programs to judges nationwide, the NJC continues to work with the judiciary to improve productivity, challenge current perceptions of justice and inspire judges to achieve judicial excellence.

The National Judicial College is seeking a personable and diligent individual to fill the open position of National Tribal Judicial Center Program Attorney. This position develops, implements and continually strives to improve continuing education programs for tribal judges and tribal court professionals. The National Tribal Judicial Center Program Attorney identifies, recruits, develops and evaluates faculty and drafts curricula and grant applications to support tribal programs.

The ideal qualified candidate will have the following skills and experience:


  • Law degree from an ABA accredited law school.
  • At least five (5) years of related experience.
  • At least five (5) years of experience working with tribes, tribal courts or in tribal law.


  • Judicial experience.
  • Experience teaching and developing curricula using adult education principles and practices and using CJE/CLE.
  • Project management experience.
  • Experience conducting online learning presentations and maintaining course materials  through Zoom, WebEx, Canvas, Docebo

Please e-mail cover letter and resume to:

NJC offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to actual or perceived race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.