Katie Brossy focuses on representing Indian tribes, tribal governmental instrumentalities and tribally owned enterprises. She has worked on a number of highly significant tribal issues, including one of the largest Indian water rights settlements in U.S. history and the largest tribal trust claim settlement.
Katie has also represented tribal clients on a variety of matters, including issues regarding:
- Indian water law, including Congressional enactment and implementation of Indian water settlements
- Water management and marketing
- United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Services funding opportunities
- Tribal trust accounting litigation and settlement
- Withdrawal of trust assets pursuant to the American Indian Trust Fund Management Reform Act
- Federal appropriations and Congressional representation
- Bureau of Indian Education school construction and financing
- Process for replacement of state statues in Statuary Hall in the United States Capitol
Federal, state and tribal tax laws
- Indian gaming law
- Land into trust and restricted fee land matters
- Economic development initiatives
- Environmental regulation
- Contract support costs under the Indian Self-Determination Education and Assistance Act
- Tribal sovereign immunity.
- Member of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska, as well as of Santee Sioux.
- Advises clients regarding American Indian law and policy.
- Past President, Native American Bar Association, D.C.
- Member, Akin Gump Inclusion Council, Washington, D.C.
- Board Member, Notah Begay III Foundation.
- J.D., Columbia Law School, 2005
- B.A., University of Nebraska at Lincoln, 2001
- District of Columbia
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