On Friday, Bree Black Horse gave the incoming cohort of American Indian Law Journal students at the Seattle University School of Law, her advice about the importance of scholarship in the field of Indian law, and how the Journal's work serves practitioners and informs the courts.
Bree, who spoke upon the invitation of Professor Eric Eberhard, also spoke generally about clerking and working for a law firm practicing in the field. In July, she completed a Clerkship with Judge Brian M. Morris in the United States District Court for the District of Montana Great Falls Division.
Bree co-founded the American Indian Law Journal and served as its Editor-in-Chief during law school. Her father and fine artist Terrance Guardipee designed and gifted the ledger art depicted here.
Bree Black Horse is an Associate in the Seattle office as an Associate. Bree's practice focuses on federal court and tribal court litigation involving tribal governments, enterprises and businesses. She can be reached at (206) 735-0448 or firstname.lastname@example.org.