Professional Profile

Jens W. Camp

Associate Attorney

Jens Wesley Camp is a recognized descendant of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma.  Jens is closely connected to his family in Indian country and has been deeply inspired by their fight for environmental protection and the civil rights of Tribal Nations and their communities.  He hopes to continue his family’s legacy by serving Indian country as an attorney.

Jens has dedicated himself to serving Tribal communities with his legal career since starting law school at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University (ASU Law).  Over his three years at ASU Law, he worked with several local tribal nations, such as the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, and national organizations dedicated to serving tribal communities—primarily, through a summer clerkship with the Native American Rights Fund.  During his last year of law school, he exhibited this dedication to working with Tribal communities at the Indian Legal Clinic at ASU Law, where he logged over 500 hours on top of his other studies.  His commitment to the Indian Legal Clinic and the Tribal communities it served led to him winning the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award, recognizing an outstanding student in trial advocacy and clinical work.

After graduating law school, Jens served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable David B. Gass at the Arizona Court of Appeals for a one-year term, where he worked on issues affecting tribal communities in Arizona.  In June of 2022, Jens joined Hobbs Straus, where he continues to serve Indian country.

In his free time, Jens enjoys hiking, camping, fishing, and practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Professional Organizations

Native American Bar Association – DC


Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, J.D., 2021
Arizona State University, B.S., 2016

Bar Admissions

District of Columbia (pending)