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A Firm That Understands American Indian Law

In addition to general litigation services, we offer a broad range of non-litigation legal services related to American Indian law. As enrolled members of the Pawnee and long-time lawyers of other tribes, the attorneys at Echo Hawk & Olsen, PLLC understand the issues facing tribal governments and economic enterprises. Our firm can work with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Department of Interior, and individuals within the legislative and executive branches of government for our clients. Call the legal team that goes the extra mile for you; hire us for:

Legal Counsel

  • Tribal Constitutions
  • Gaming Ordinances
  • Jurisdiction
  • Sovereignty
  • Treaty Rights
  • Business Enterprises
  • Law Enforcement
  • Judicial Services
  • Land Acquisition
  • Financing
  • Reservation Diminishment & Taxation

Document Drafting

  • Business Contracts
  • Tribal Codes
  • Regulations
  • Policy & Procedure Manuals
  • Legislation
  • Other Critical Documents
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