Native American Congressional Internship

Meet Our Interns

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Logan C. Hibbs, Choctaw Nation
University of Oklahoma-Norman

Logan Hibbs is a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and is currently pursuing a Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. As an undergraduate at the University of Tulsa, Logan wrote two research papers analyzing the sociological and legal significance of the Indian Child Welfare Act and the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. Logan previously interned for the Choctaw Nation’s Judicial Center and for the Native American Institute at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. After graduating from law school, Logan hopes to represent Tribal governments in litigation focusing on economic development and Tribal Sovereignty.

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