Jason Travis Hauter primarily represents Indian tribes and tribally owned enterprises, advising on a variety of matters, including:
- federal policy
- Indian water rights
- Indian gaming
- land into trust
- economic development
- environmental regulation.
For eight years, Jason served as in-house counsel for the Gila River Indian Community, of which he is a member, in Arizona. He advised on many issues, including economic development, construction, labor and Indian employment preference, taxation and internal policy.
In this capacity, Jason also represented the Wild Horse Pass Development Authority, a tribal enterprise responsible for managing the community’s nongaming hospitality and entertainment venues.
- Served as in-house counsel for the Gila Indian River Community.
- Represents Indian tribes and tribally owned enterprises.
- Member, Gila River Indian Community.
- J.D., University of New Mexico School of Law, 2002
- B.A., University of Washington, 1999
- District of Columbia
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