Evan DeWitt Joins Native Law Group’s Colorado Office

Oct 27, 2020 | News

The Native Law Group team is proud to announce the addition of Evan DeWitt as an associate to our office in Louisville, Colorado, following his successful completion of the Colorado Bar Examination.
Since joining the firm, Evan has worked in the areas of Commercial Transactions; Economic Development; Energy and Natural Resources Law; General Counsel Services; Legislation and Code Drafting; and Tribal Nation Building.
“We are thrilled to have Evan as part of our team,” said Jeremy Patterson, partner. “Evan has an exceptional and diverse set of skills and background that we think will provide tremendous value to our clients as he assists them with matters involving natural resource management.
“We are proud to continue our firm’s long-standing commitment of extending opportunities to recruit and retain the best and brightest aspiring Native attorneys to the practice of federal Indian law,” he continued. “Evan represents the very best of his generation of Native attorneys. He is extremely hard-working, and his dedication and commitment will go far in meeting the demands of our growing practice — ensuring that Native Law Group continues to maintain the exceptional level of service that our clients demand and expect.”
An enrolled member of the Osage Nation, Evan recently graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law, where he focused his studies on Native American and transactional law. He was involved with the University’s Native American Law Students Association for three years, and he served as the association’s president during his final year of law school. In 2020, Evan received the Outstanding Native American Law Students Association Graduate Award.
Patterson Earnhart Real Bird & Wilson LLP has offices in Louisville, Colorado, and Washington, DC. To learn more, visit nativelawgroup.com.

Patterson Earnhart Real Bird & Wilson LLP is dedicated to the representation of American Indian tribes, tribal entities, and individual Indians across the United States. Our mission is to support and advance the sovereignty, self-sufficiency, and self-governance of our tribal clients. We take time to listen to, and fully understand, our clients’ concerns so we can develop responsive and appropriate solutions.