The Indian Legal Program was recently featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education. The article, "American Indian Law: a Surge of Interest on Campuses," by Katherine Mangan, includes interviews with ILP students Jordan Hale, alumni April Olson and Claudette C. White, and ILP Director Kathlene Rosier . It also features photos of May graduate Bartley Harris receiving a blanket in the ILP ceremony, and alumni Kiyoko Patterson, who works in the Gila River Indian Community Court. "At law schools nationwide, interest in Indian law is growing as the economic clout and political influence of the nation's 562 federally recognized tribes have expanded," Mangan writes. "Arizona State's Indian Legal Program allows students who are pursuing their J.D.'s to simultaneously earn certificates in Indian law. They study the differences between the legal systems of tribes and that of the U.S. government and many go on to represent the interests of tribes, Indian clients, or the federal government." Read the article here .