The Dorsay & Easton Team
Meet the Team
Craig J. Dorsay
Craig has been practicing Indian law, representing tribal governments, for over 35 years. A nationally recognized expert on ICWA, Craig is also experienced in treaty rights, land into trust issues, tribal sovereign immunity, jurisdiction disputes, contracting and self-governance (ISDA), legal challenges (IGRA), and in representing tribal casinos.
Lea Ann Easton
Lea Ann Easton represents tribal governments in the Pacific Northwest on a wide variety of issues including fee-to-trust issues, treaty rights, tribal code development work, child welfare and economic development and litigation on behalf of tribal governments. She also works with tribal governments in negotiations with local and state government agencies on inter-governmental agreements.
Susan (Suzy) K. Driver
Suzy has worked in Indian country for 35+ years. She currently teaches negotiations and conflict resolution, serves as a mediator and facilitator in complex multi-party negotiations and strategic planning processes, and manages large projects with multiple stakeholders for tribal clients.
Kathleen (Katie) Gargan
Katie has worked on tribal law and policy issues in the Northwest for several years, specializing in the federal trust relationship with tribes, treaty fishing rights, and federal recognition. She currently assists in representing tribes regarding treaty rights, economic development, and tribal code development, among other issues. Katie is an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe.
Corin La Pointe-Aitchison
Corin has been representing tribes and indigenous people in Northwest and across the country since 2018. Corin’s practice concerns tribal governance, economic development, civil litigation, and civil rights. Corin is of Koyukon Athabascan descent. His father was an enrolled member of the Nulato Tribe of Alaska.
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