Mark L. M. Blair

Mark L. M. Blair, PhD, JD (Anishinaabe), is currently a professor of practice and associate director of the Master of Legal Studies and the BA Law programs at the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona. He has over twenty-five years of experience in the field of student services, much of which was working directly with Native American students. He previously served as a lecturer and director of Graduate Studies with the American Indian Studies Department at University of Arizona. His 2015 dissertation is titled “Taking the Next Step: Promoting Native American Student Success in American Indian/Native American Studies Graduate Programs.” Originally from Detroit, Michigan, by way of Alaska, he now calls Tucson, Arizona, home.

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