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Disenrollment Lawyering Deemed “Immoral and Unethical”

Posted April 14, 2015 by Galanda Broadman, PLLC

In a historic stance against disenrollment, the National Native American Bar Association has declared:

that it is immoral and unethical for any lawyer to advocate for or contribute to the divestment or restriction of the American indigenous right of tribal citizenship, without equal protection at law or due process of law or an effective remedy for the violation of such rights.

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In a paper he recently published for the Federal Bar Association’s 16th Annual Indian Law Conference in Washington, DC—“Exposing Abramoff’s Playbook: Exploiting, or Filling, the Ethical Void for Tribal Lawyers“—Gabe Galanda has likewise decried disenrollment lawyering as unethical and immoral:

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