NABA-DC was established in 1997 to promote the educational and professional advancement of Native American attorneys and Indian country. NABA-DC is committed to promoting the sovereignty of Native American tribes and their communities; protecting the legal rights of individual Native Americans, their communities, and their tribes; providing community outreach and education about legal issues that affect Native Americans; and promoting the cultural heritage of Native Americans, their communities, and their tribes.

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Justice for George Floyd Statement

The Native American Bar Association of Washington, D.C. Stands in Solidarity with the Black Community and Calls for Justice for…

NABA-DC 2020 Governing Board

Rose Petoskey, President Josh Proper, President-Elect   Katy Strohmaier, Secretary Ben Fenner, Treasurer Brendan Mysliwiec & Jared Hautamaki, Bar Liaisons Sarah Crawford, Member at Large - Intern Lunch…