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Tribal Relations

Bridging cultural divides


The US, using an array of legal instruments, has created a complex legal framework for engaging tribes in development projects. This framework creates procedural and substantive legal strategies that tribal groups can pursue to protect their culture and resources from development projects.


We work with tribes, developers, and government agencies to create a strategic approach for collaboration. Our process seeks to maximize the potential for meaningful collaboration between tribes and the project developer, and to minimize risk to proposed projects.


We have a strong reputation for facilitating tribal engagement by building relationships and finding resolution to challenging situations. Projects across the country have resulted in collaborations with many Native American tribes including the Cherokee, Dakota, Ojibwa, Seminole, Caddo, and Cheyenne.

St Paul MN | Boston MA

Richmond VA | Washington DC

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