Drummond Woodsum’s nationally recognized Indian law group provides the highest quality services to Indian nations and their enterprises and to companies that do business with tribes across the country. Our Indian law practice brings top tier legal, business, and transactional experience to its work with some of the country’s most successful Indian nations and enterprises.
We work with our clients to address their immediate concerns in ways that are consistent with their long-term economic and governmental objectives.
Our Indian Law Group is part of a full service law firm. Four of our Indian law attorneys are recognized by their peers as among the Best Lawyers in America in Native American law, and others in the Group are similarly recognized in other practice areas important to tribal clients. We draw upon a wide range of expertise in custom interdisciplinary teams as needed to best serve our clients. For example, we combine our Indian lawyers with:
With this flexibility, we provide tailored legal services to meet the particular needs of our clients.
Representative clients include:
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The best way for you to initiate a possible representation is to call us at either our Maine office (207-772-1941) or our New Hampshire office (603-433-3317). We will put you in touch with a lawyer suited to handle the general nature of your matter, and that lawyer will take you through our conflict of interest procedure. When you receive an engagement letter from that lawyer, you will be our client, and we may exchange information freely.
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