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Seattle, WA 98101
Indian Law Concerns Tens of Thousands of Us Every Day
Indian law focuses on the intersection of federal, state, and tribal law. These days, it touches the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in the State of Washington, both tribal members and non-tribal members.
For example, if you go to a casino and get injured, or if you work at a casino and get fired, injured, sexually harassed, or become otherwise aggrieved, and you want some kind of compensation, you will need an attorney who practices Indian law.
As another example, if you are a tribal member and you marry, work, or have children outside your tribe, or vice versa, you will inevitably create a host of Indian law issues.
To address these issues, you need an experienced Indian law practitioner. Seattle is home to a number of highly qualified Indian law practitioners, but all of them represent the tribes. I am one of the few in the area willing to represent a tribal member or a non-tribal member in a dispute against a tribe.
I am a member of the following tribal bars: Muckleshoot, Nisqually, Nooksack, Puyallup, Sauk-Suiattle, Snoqualmie, Tulalip, and Yakama. I am willing to join other tribal bars as the need arises.
This page contains the following sub pages.
- Indian Child Welfare Act
- Employment Disputes
- Tribe as Defendant
- Sovereign Immunity
- Indian Law Glossary