Michigan State University
Michigan State University
American Indian and Indigenous Studies
ILPC Fellow
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Neoshia R. Roemer

Neoshia R. Roemer is the Staff Attorney at the Indigenous Law & Policy Center at Michigan State University College of Law in East Lansing, Michigan. Here she supervises in the Indian Law Clinic and on the ICWA Appellate Project, mentors first-year students, develops and maintains effective pipeline to law, recruitment, and retention programs, and conducts scholarly research. Ms. Roemer’s academic interests include federal Indian Law policy, child welfare, children’s rights, juvenile defense, and violence against women. Ms. Roemer has authored several scholarly articles in these areas.

Ms. Roemer serves as Adjunct Faculty at the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College, where she teaches Violence against Women in Native American Communities and Native American Children and Child Welfare. Additionally, she serves as the Social Media Communications Coordinator for Partnership for Native Children, a non-profit organization that disseminates media on current events surrounding the Indian Child Welfare Act.

 

Contact 

Law College Building

648 N. Shaw Lane, Room 405

East Lansing, MI 48824

517-432-6922

roemerne@msu.edu

PREVIOUS FELLOWS

2015 - 16

LEAH JURSS