Updated: Nov. 20, 2020

Indian Law Section

The Indian Law Section provides a forum for practitioners representing clients affected by Indian law. Federal, tribal, and state laws; executive and administrative actions; and court decisions produce a complex and rapidly evolving array of law that affects legal services. The Section schedules CLE programs on subjects that provide information to practitioners representing clients affected by Indian law. Section members also receive a newsletter highlighting recent developments in Indian law.

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Summer 2016  │  Fall 2015  │  Spring 2015

If you are interested in submitting an article or items for "Indian Lawyers in the News" for the Indian Law Newsletter, please contact Jeremy Wood at jfwood@littler.com.

Archived issues are available to section members upon request. To request an issue, please email sections@wsba.org.

Executive Committee

ChairMaryanne Mohan

Chair-Elect:  vacant

Secretary/TreasurerBree Black Horse 

Immediate Past ChairAnn Tweedy

Newsletter EditorJeremy Wood*

Young Lawyer LiaisonVacant

Board of Governors Liaison*: Hunter Abell

At-Large Members
Amy Lettig (2018-2021)
Daniel Rey-Bear (2018-2021)
Jennifer Yogi (2018-2021)
Andrew Pollom (2019-2022)
Stephanie Tsosie (2019-2022)
Erica Wolf (2019-2022)
Mary Neil (2020-2023)
Cheyenne Sanders (2020-2023)
Thomas Schlosser (2020-2023)

*Nonvoting member

The WSBA Indian Law Executive Committee generally conducts meetings on the second Wednesday of each month, 3-4 p.m. You may attend by phone by calling 712-770-5505 and using the passcode 831955. Please contact committee member for specific details on their upcoming meeting dates and locations.

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To join the Section list serve and for general Section questions, please send your email address and Bar number to sections@wsba.org. For more information and to get involved with the Section, please contact Section Chair Maryanne Mohan.