Yesterday, at the 16th Annual Northwest Gaming Law Summit, Gabe Galanda and Bree Black Horse engaged in a lively discussion with a packed room about the ethical implications of quandaries in which tribal attorneys might find themselves.
Gabe and Bree used various hypotheticals about tribal faction, disenrollment, and other internal disputes involving tribal in-house and outside attorneys, based on things that have actually transpired in Washington Indian Country in recent years. Download their slides here.
Gabriel “Gabe” Galanda is the managing lawyer at Galanda Broadman. He belongs to the Round Valley Indian Tribes. Gabe can be reached at 206.300.7801 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bree is an associate in the Seattle office of Galanda Broadman and an enrolled member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. Her practice focuses on defending individuals’ civil rights in federal, state and tribal courts. She can be reached at (206) 735-0448 or email@example.com.