New Galanda Broadman Associate Amber Penn-Roco is featured by Indian Country Today in an article titled, "Galanda Broadman Add to Indian Lawyer Bench With Addition of Penn-Roco."
The bright young mind of Amber Penn-Roco, an enrolled member of the Chehalis Tribe, has joined the team of Galanda Broadman.
The Indian lawyer deepens the already strong bench at the Washington state-based law firm, and comes from K+L Gates, Seattle’s second largest law firm, where she was an associate for three years.
“Amber is one of the best and brightest young Indian lawyers around,” Gabe Galanda, the firm’s managing partner said. “As our tribal law firm continues to grow, we remain very grateful to our tribal clients for the trust they put in us and the opportunity to fight for Indian country.”
Amber’s practice focuses on complex land and environmental issues and multi-party litigation involving tribal sovereignty, torts and hazardous materials. Her experience also includes work on transactional matters, including entity formation, environmental compliance and permitting. Amber’s work includes facilitating business developments in Indian Country.