Visiting Assistant Professor
Professor Amdur-Clark teaches Federal Indian Law. Before joining UF Law, Professor Amdur-Clark worked in the Washington DC offices of Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson, & Perry, LLP, a national boutique law firm dedicated to preserving and expanding the rights and interests of Indian tribes. During his time there, he worked in all areas of the firm’s practice, but worked extensively in the firm’s legislation and lobbying practice group, as well as in the construction and transportation practice group. Amdur-Clark graduated from Harvard Law School in 2014, where he was involved in the Harvard Native American Law Students Association and served on the Board of the National Native American Law Students Association. During law school, he was active on the Harvard Law and Policy Review and interned at the Office of Tribal Justice and Civil Appellate Division at the U.S. Department of Justice.
In addition to his law degree, Amdur-Clark has a Masters Degree in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School, where he was a Harvard Kennedy School Native American Public Service Fellow. He graduated in 2009 from Harvard College cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology.