Seattle Tribal Lawyer to Again Teach Minority Lawyers How To Build a Book of Business

On March 27, Gabe Galanda will help teach the King County Bar Association's annual Building a Book of Business: For Attorneys of Color program in Seattle. He delivered the same teachings last year.

KCBA's Diversity Committee is proud to host this annual seminar designed to give recently admitted attorneys of color the skills they need to advance in their careers.unique program is a closed door session where you will learn to effectively market yourself and acquire new clients for your firm. You'll gain valuable networking contacts and receive guidance from some of the most well-respected and successful leaders in our region's minority bar community.

In 2010, Gabe co-founded Galanda Broadman, PLLC, an American Indian owned law firm with six lawyers, and offices in Seattle, Washington and Bend, Oregon. Prior to that. Gabe founded the Tribal Practice Group at Williams Kastner, where he was a "first ballot" equity partner and an elected member of the firm's Board of Directors. Gabe has been named to the prestigious "40 Under 40" listing by Puget Sound Business Journal, and the "Native American 40 Under 40" listing by the National Center for American Indian Economic Development.

Gabriel "Gabe" Galanda is the Managing Partner at Galanda Broadman.  He is an enrolled member of the Round Valley Indian Tribes of Covelo, California.  Gabe can be reached at 206.691.3631 or