Corin is an Associate in the Seattle office. His practice focuses on litigation involving tribal governments and enterprises, and Indian civil rights.
Corin recently moved from Portland, Oregon, where he worked in civil litigation. His prior practice focused on personal injury, contract, and insurance law.
During his time in Oregon, Corin worked with the multiple non-profits focused on improving the lives of urban Native Americans.
Corin is a Koyukon Athabaskan descendant whose family hails from Nulato, Alaska.
Corin enjoys hiking, canoeing, kayaking, camping, and climbing. He visits his parents and family in Florida as much as possible. He also spends a great deal of time with his English Bulldog, Pig.
Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D., 2017
Native American Law Student Association, President
Northwest Indian Bar Association Scholarship Award, Recipient
National Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition Finalist
Cornelius Honor Society, Member
University of South Florida, M.A., Mass Communications, 2013
University of South Florida, B.A., English Literature, 2007
State of Oregon
Oregon District Court
Oregon State Bar Association
Oregon Trial Lawyers Association
Oregon State Bar Indian Law Section
Federal Bar Association
AWARDS AND RECENT SEMINARS
Oregon Bar Association Indian Law Section, CLE Presenter, Law & Business in Cultural Heritage: Can cultural property protections and intellectual property rights co-exist?, Nov. 13, 2017