Native Law Group Welcomes New Partner

Feb 17, 2022 | News, Press Room

Patterson Earnhart Real Bird & Wilson LLP is pleased to announce the promotion of Attorney Mitch Holditch as a new partner in its growing practice representing Indian tribes and tribal entities. Mitch is a hard-working and long-standing member of the Native Law Group team.

“All of the partners at Native Law Group are thrilled to have Mitch join the ranks,” said partner Jeremy Patterson. “He is an essential addition to our firm’s leadership team and is dedicated to advancing and defending the sovereignty, jurisdiction, self-sufficiency, and self-governance of the tribal clients we serve.”

Mitch is also excited to join the partners. He has been passionate about serving Indian Country since he was a student attorney in the University of Colorado’s American Indian Law Clinic, working under the mentorship of practitioners with decades of experience advocating for tribal clients.

“I am honored and excited to continue serving Indian Country in my new role,” said partner Mitch Holditch. “Ever since law school, I have been eager to serve Indian tribes, tribal agencies, and tribal entities by providing legal services. I appreciate Native Law Group for allowing me to do that.”

Mitch is an accomplished attorney. He is featured in the U.S. News & World Report publication’s 2022 edition of “Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch” in the practice of Native American Law. The publication recognizes associates and other attorneys for their professional excellence in private practice early in their careers.

Mitch graduated from the University of Colorado Law School. He has many years of experience advocating for tribal clients as a senior associate at Native Law Group. Mitch works hands-on with tribal clients to promote and advocate for tribal sovereignty and economic development.

Patterson Earnhart Real Bird & Wilson LLP has offices in Louisville, Colorado, Fort Yates, North Dakota, and Washington, DC. The majority native-owned firm provides a broad range of legal services to Indian tribes, tribal entities, and individual Indians across the United States, prioritizing the sovereignty, jurisdiction, self-sufficiency, and self-governance of the tribes it serves.