Who We Are

NABA-DC is a voluntary organization for Native American lawyers and lawyers and law students interested in Native American law.

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How To Join

Joining The Native American Bar Association of D.C. is quite easy. All you have to do is head over to the registration page and fill out the form.

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Social and networking events: happy hours, summer outings, a holiday party. Check the calendar for the latest events.

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NABA-DC was founded in 1997 for the purposes of promoting the educational and professional advancement of Native American attorneys, providing community outreach and education about legal rights of Native Americans, their Communities and Tribes, and promoting the cultural heritage of Native Americans and their Communities and Tribes.

NABA-DC usually holds an annual meeting with officer elections in December or January.

NABA DC 2015

2015 Governing Board

  • Corey Hinton, President
  • Joel West Williams, President-Elect
  • Christina Snider, Secretary
  • Miles Janssen, Treasurer
  • Matthew Archer-Beck, Bar Liaison
  • Laura Maul, Member-At-Large (NABA-DC Community Outreach Committee)
  • Shane Colgrove, Member-At Large (NABA-DC Community Outreach Committee)
  • Jared Hautamki, Member-At Large (NABA-DC Community Outreach Committee)
  • Tara Houska, Member-At-Large (Mentorship Committee)
  • Kaitlyn Klass, Member-At-Large (Mentorship Committee)
  • Craig Williams, Member-At-Large (Mentorship Committee)
  • Jenny Patten, Member-At-Large (Social Committee)
  • JoAnn Kintz, Member-At-Large (Social Committee)
  • Tanner Amdur-Clark, Member-At-Large (Social Committee)
  • Becky Howlett, Member-At-Large (Intern Lunch Committee)
  • Tracy Canard Goodluck, Member-At-Large (Intern Lunch Committee)