Bree Black Horse has been appointed the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington’s Legal Committee.
The Committee serves as legal counsel to ACLU-WA and provides advice to the staff in the strategic development and execution of litigation to advance the ACLU’s civil liberties and civil rights agenda.
The Committee combines seasoned and newer attorneys who together offer expertise on a range of civil and criminal law as well as civil liberties matters. It advises on cases under consideration for litigation as well as provides ideas, advice and assistance in the early stages of developing a case.
Bree is an associate in the Seattle office of Galanda Broadman and an enrolled member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. Her practice focuses on defending individuals’ civil rights in federal, state and tribal courts against various law enforcement agencies. She can be reached at (206) 735-0448 or firstname.lastname@example.org