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Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Walker, LLP is a national law firm at the forefront of legal issues impacting Indian Country. Our attorneys are dedicated to promoting and defending sovereign rights, expanding opportunities, and improving the lives of American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Our Work

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Accelerating Economic Development for Tribes

In Oklahoma, like in so many states, tribes that experienced decades of poverty have begun to prosper with Indian gaming and the ensuing diversification of their economies. Oklahoma tribes, in particular, have benefited from the Oklahoma Model Tribal-State Gaming Compact.

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Placing a Value on the Government's Word

In the late sixties, the Quinault Tribe of the Pacific Northwest watched in dismay as the United States government sold its valuable timber at under-market prices. The Quinault quickly organized and mobilized.

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Providing Tribes With Ongoing Support

Since 1965, one of the founding partners of Hobbs Straus has worked closely with the Metlakatla Indian Community on a broad range of issues. In 1993, lands known as Warburton Island were excluded by administrative decision from the Tribe's federal reservation boundary.


About Hobbs Straus

About Hobbs Straus
Indian law is not simply a practice area — it is our entire practice. For over 30 years, Hobbs Straus has worked to realize positive change in Indian Country. Explore our web site to learn more about our practice areas, our attorneys, and our commitment to Indian Country.

General Memoranda Service

General Memoranda Service
A free subscription based service produced weekly by Hobbs Straus, General Memoranda cover a wide range of topics detailing developments in Congress, the Executive Branch, and many federal agencies that impact Indian Country.

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Class II Gaming Library

Class II Gaming Library
As a service to our tribal clients and other interested parties, Hobbs Straus collects and maintains a repository of legal documents related to Class II Gaming.

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