Anthony Broadman Named Oregon Indian Law Section Chair

Anthony Broadman has been appointed to serve as Chairperson of the Oregon State Bar Association Indian Law Section.

Anthony is the past Chair of the Washington State Bar Association Administrative Law Section, and serves as the Editor of the Indian Law Newsletter, published by the Washington State Bar Association Indian Law Section.  

Practicing out of Galanda Broadman's Bend, Oregon office, Anthony focuses on company-critical business litigation and representing tribal governments in public affairs, taxation, and economic development matters.

Anthony regularly consults with businesses and tribal governments regarding crisis response, risk management, taxation, and legislative strategy.

He has also defended businesses and governments in catastrophic injury lawsuits and claims and tried jury trials in state and federal court.  A former newspaper reporter, he is skilled at assisting organizations in responding to public and private crises. 

Anthony is an avid cyclist and hunter.  He enjoys skiing with his wife and kids in Central Oregon and he serves on the Grace First Lutheran Church Council.