“Jared is a consummate self-starter,” said Gabe Galanda, the firm’s managing partner. “He brings a breadth of tribal court experience to our team, which we are really excited about.”
Jared’s practice focuses on tribal court litigation and representing businesses and tribal governments in public affairs. He is licensed to practice law in more than a dozen tribal jurisdictions, where he litigates civil matters. A former newspaper reporter, Jared helps tribal organizations in responding to public and private crises.
Jared is a graduate of University of Wyoming College of Law, and the University of Montana School of Journalism.
Galanda Broadman was recently named to the 2015 Edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms,” in the arena of Native American Law. The seven-lawyer firm, which styles itself “An Indian Country Law Firm,” is dedicated to advancing tribal legal rights and Indian business interests.
With offices in Seattle, Washington and Bend, Oregon, the firm represents tribal governments, businesses and members in critical litigation, business and regulatory matters, especially in matters of Indian Treaty rights, tribal sovereignty and taxation.