Galanda/Dreveskracht's Disenrollment Law Review Article Named Top 100 All-Time

 Ryan Dreveskracht and Gabe Galanda, at left, at Nooksack, facing off with the Tribal Police Chief

Ryan Dreveskracht and Gabe Galanda, at left, at Nooksack, facing off with the Tribal Police Chief

Gabe Galanda and Ryan Dreveskracht's Arizona Law Review article, "Curing the Tribal Disenrollment Epidemic: In Search of a Remedy," was recently cited as one of "the 100 most influential Indian law scholarly pieces from the last thirty years."

Professors Grant Christiensen and Melissa Tatum listed Gabe and Ryan's article as #64 of the Top 100 all-time, in their forthcoming Tulsa Law Review article, "Reading Indian Law: Evaluating Thirty Years of Indian Law Scholarship."

Gabriel S. Galanda is the managing lawyer of Galanda Broadman, PLLC, in Seattle. Gabe is a descendant of the Nomlaki and Concow Tribes, belonging to the Round Valley Indian Tribes of Northern California.  He can be reached at (206) 300-7801 or gabe@galandabroadman.com.

Ryan Dreveskracht is an attorney with Galanda Broadman, PLLC, in Seattle.  His practice includes civil rights and wrongful death litigation.  He can be reached at (206) 909-3842 or ryan@galandabroadman.com.