FEDERAL INDIAN LAW & TRIBAL LAW
Our firm handles cases involving Federal Indian Law and/or Tribal Law, that present issues of Civil, Criminal, Employment, or Family law. We represent clients in federal, state, and tribal courts and are powerful advocates for our clients' rights and interests.
Attorneys Benjamin Rundall and Natali Segovia have ample experience in Indian Country:
Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) cases in State courts
Represent community and non-community members in Tribal courts
Serve as outside counsel for Tribes on civil issues and governance
Serve as conflict counsel in wide array of areas (criminal, family, appellate)
Advise businesses doing work with Tribes or on Tribal reservations
Consult with other firms on Federal Indian Law issues
Our attorneys that work in this practice area, are graduates of the nationally-recognized Indian Legal Program at Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. Our firm's commitment to Indian country extends beyond the office. Ben and Natali serve on the Indian Law Section Executive Council for the State Bar of Arizona to encourage understanding of Federal Indian Law and practice in Tribal courts among Arizona attorneys. Natali has also worked internationally on issues of indigenous peoples' rights and serves as the Chair of the Indigenous Peoples' Rights Committee of the National Lawyers Guild.
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