This spring, Native Law Group has welcomed three new members to its staff in Louisville, Colorado: Erin Obray, Jan McMinn, and Savannah Hook.
Erin serves as firm administrator and as legal secretary to partner Jeremy Patterson. She has been in the legal field since 2006, and she has experience in litigation, estate planning, and medical malpractice.
Jan has worked in law firms her entire professional career, beginning as a file clerk for sole practitioners while still attending high school in Florida. She is now a legal assistant, and she has never looked to any other career.
Savannah is a rising third-year law student at the University of Colorado Law School in Boulder. She is from Wyoming, and she graduated from the University of Wyoming in 2019. She is working with Native Law Group as a law clerk.
We also would like to congratulate Sydney Welch. After serving with Native Law Group as a part-time document control assistant, Sydney has been promoted to full-time document control assistant and front desk receptionist. She is currently studying at Front Range Community College, working toward her her Associate of Arts degree.
Patterson Earnhart Real Bird & Wilson has offices in Louisville, Colorado, 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. 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.