Tribal In-House Counsel Association Announcement

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Announcing the Formation of a National Association of Tribal In-House Counsel The Tribal In-House Counsel Association is a national association that seeks to protect and promote tribal sovereignty and self-determination through the sharing of diversified knowledge and experience by in-house counsel who work for tribes and tribal entities. The Board of Directors includes in-house legal representation from tribes throughout Indian country:

(1) Bidtah N. Becker, Attorney, Water Rights Unit, Navajo Nation Department of Justice
(2} Carol J. Brown, Tribal Advocate/General Counsel, Association of Village Council Presidents
(3} Aaron Loomis, General Counsel, St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin
(4} Doreen N. McPaul, Assistant Attorney General, Tohono O’odham Nation
(5} Peter Ortego, General Counsel, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe
(6} Venus McGhee Prince, Attorney General, Poarch Band of Creek Indians
(7) Julie R. Wilkerson, Tribal Attorney, Jena Band of Choctaw Indians

The new Board welcomes you to join our new association as a full or associate member. Full individual membership is available to lawyers serving as in-house counsel to  tribes and tribal entities for annual dues of $75. Associate individual membership is available to any other individual that the Board of Directors determines has a demonstrated interest in furthering the goals and purposes of the Corporation for annual dues of $150. The website is currently under construction. For additional information or to submit an application for membership, please contact Venus McGhee Prince at {251) 368-9136 Ext. 2525 or

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