Kate M. Rosier
Executive Director

Kate Rosier, an enrolled member of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, served as Director of the Indian Legal Program from 2000-2011 and returned as Executive Director in 2014. During her three year absence from the Indian Legal Program Rosier served as an Assistant General Counsel for the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation. Prior to joining the Indian Legal Program she worked as a tribal prosecutor for the Gila River Indian Community. Rosier received her J.D degree from the University of Utah in 1998 and a bachelor’s degree in business management from Capital University in 1993. Outside of the office, Rosier enjoy sports and travelling with her husband and two children. In 2010 Rosier completed the Arizona Ironman.



Darlene Lester
Program Coordinator

Darlene Lester assists the Indian Legal Program with event coordination and its self-study Continuing Legal Education resources. She assists the ILP's Executive Director and provides faculty support to Robert Clinton, Carl Artman, and ILP adjunct faculty members. Darlene's career background includes office management, budgeting and accounting, event and trade show planning, promotion and coordination, and technical writing and editing. Darlene joined the law school in 2002 after relocating from Ontario, Canada. She loves travel, photography and exploring the southwest with family and friends.


Jennifer Williams, CLA
Legal Assistant

Jennifer is the Legal Assistant for the Indian Legal Clinic.  She assists Professor Ferguson-Bohnee, as well as the student attorneys with Clinic related matters including day-to-day operations, handling active cases, and fielding inquiries from potential clients.  An alumnus of ASU, she received her Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies degree in 2000 and is thrilled to be part of the ASU team once again.  Jennifer brings with her over 10 years experience in administrative and executive legal assistant positions.  In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter.



Danielle Williams
Administrative Assistant

Danielle Williams is a member of the Navajo Nation who recently joined the Indian Legal Program in August 2014.  She is of the Towering House clan, born for the Tangle People clan. Her maternal grandparents are of the Manygoats clan and her paternal grandparents are of the Bitter Water People clan. She received her bachelor of fine arts degree emphasizing in photography with minors in justice studies and anthropology from ASU in 2009. Danielle assists the ILP's Executive Director, provides faculty support to Professors Robert Miller and Rebecca Tsosie, maintains ILP’s social media and assists with event planning.  In her free time, she enjoys cultural activities, spending time with her family, sewing, and photography.