Corin La Pointe-Aitchison has joined the firm as an Associate in the firm’s Seattle office. His practice focuses on litigation involving tribal governments and enterprises, and Indian civil rights.
“Corin understands and shares our tribal values,” said Gabe Galanda, the firm’s managing lawyer. “We are excited that he’s joined our team.”
He received his law degree from the Lewis and Clark School of Law in 2017, where he served as President of the Native American Law Students Association. He holds a Master of Arts in Communications and Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, each from University of Southern Florida.
Corin moved from Portland, Oregon to join the firm. His prior practice focused on personal injury, contract, and insurance law. During his time in Oregon, he worked with the multiple non-profits focused on improving the lives of urban Native Americans.
He enjoys hiking, canoeing, kayaking, camping, and climbing.
Corin is a Koyukon Athabaskan descendant whose family hails from Nulato, Alaska.
Galanda Broadman, PLLC, is an American Indian-owned law firm with offices in Seattle and Yakima, Washington and Bend, Oregon. The firm is dedicated to advancing tribal Treaty and other sovereign legal rights, and Native American civil rights.