Manitoba Indigenous Law Students Association (MILSA)

What is it?: MILSA is an inclusive group of Indigenous law students that creates opportunities for Indigenous students while giving back to our communities.

Why Join?: By joining MILSA you will be a part of a supportive group of Indigenous law students! MILSA members have the opportunity to build connections and network with other Indigenous law students and Indigenous legal practitioners throughout their law school journey. Members also partake in conferences, workshops, and other learning opportunities which are geared specifically for Indigenous students and/or Indigenous law. By joining MILSA, you will also be able to give back to the community through our many fundraising initiatives held each year. MILSA strives to give back whenever and wherever we can!

Get in touch: If you’d like to learn more about MILSA or have any questions, please email us at You can also check out our Instagram @milsa.robsonhall and our Facebook page MILSA – Manitoba Indigenous Law Students Association.

Any Vacancies?: Membership in MILSA is open to all ethnicities, cultures, and identities. Voting rights within MILSA are held exclusively by self-identifying Indigenous students within the Faculty of Law at Robson Hall. In lieu of a membership fee, we ask that those joining MILSA participate in our fundraising initiatives throughout the year.

If you would like to become a member of MILSA or join our email list, please email


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