Anthony Broadman, the current Chair of the Washington State Bar Association Administrative Law Section, recently published a chapter in the Section's Washington Administrative Practice Manual -- the authoritative text on administrative law in Washington State and now, in Indian Country. As the new edition of the manual states:
Chapter 18, Administrative Law in Washington State Indian Country. This release contains a completely new chapter which discusses the administrative laws and procedures that come into play when confronted with any issue involving a Native American person or tribal government. The topics covered include: - tribal administrative bodies; - recourse to tribal courts; - exhaustion of tribal administrative remedies; - the Indian Civil Rights Act; - practice before the Interior Board of Indian Appeals; - the Washington State Gambling Commission; - liquor sales regulation; and - the Public Records Act.
Anthony Broadman is a partner at Galanda Broadman PLLC, of Seattle, an American Indian majority-owned law firm. His practice focuses on company-critical business litigation and representing tribal governments, especially in federal, state and local tax controversy. He can be reached at 206.691.3631 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or via galandabroadman.com.