The mission of the law clinic is to provide high-quality clinical legal education to students while also helping tribal governments and other Indigenous leaders who seek legal assistance concerning important sovereignty issues, including, but not limited to:
* government structure,
* tribal/state relationships,
* control over natural resources,
* implementation of the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,
* and Indian law and policy litigation.
The clinic is housed in the TU College of Law's Boesche Legal Clinic, across the street from the College's John Rogers Hall. Boesche Legal Clinic is a 3,800-square-foot facility containing offices, student workrooms, two interview rooms, a library, a conference room, a reception room, and sophisticated case management technology. A clinical professor highly knowledgeable about the law of Native American and Indigenous Peoples supervises the students.