The Dorsay & Easton Team

Corin La Pointe-Aitchison, Partner

Meet 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.

Corin La Pointe Aitchison, Associate Attorney

Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon
J.D. 2017


  • Member, Cornelius Honor Society
  • President, 2016 – 2017 Native American Law Student Association (NALSA)
  • Member 2016 & 2017 NNALSA Moot Court team

University of South Florida
M.A. 2013 Mass Communication


  • Teaching Assistant, Law & the Media

University of South Florida
B.A. 2007 English Literature

  • Oregon State Bar Association
  • Washington State Bar Association


  • Oregon
  • Washington


  • Tulalip Tribes
  • Lummi Nation
  • Cow Creek Band of the Umpqua Tribe of Indians
  • Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe
  • Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma


  • Oregon District Court
  • Washington District Court for the Western District
  • Washington District Court for the Eastern District
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

Dorsay & Easton Indian Law
Associate Attorney
Feb. 2022 – Present

Lewis & Clark Law School
NNALSA Moot Court Coach and Adjunct Professor
2021 – Present

Galanda Broadman, PLLC
Associate Attorney
2018 – 2022

  • Providing legal advice and representation to tribes and individuals across the country
  • Civil rights litigation
  • Tribal gaming
  • Tribal governance
  • Tribal prosecutor

Rizk Law, LLC
Associate Attorney
2017 – 2018

  • Civil Litigation
  • Personal Injury

Law Offices of Dean Gibbons
Law Clerk
2015 – 2017

St. Petersburg College
2011 – 2013
Adjunct Professor of Writing

Oregon State Bar Indian Law Section
President 2021 – 2022
Executive Board Member 2022 – Present

Portland All Nations Canoe Family
Founding Board Member
2017 – Present  

  • Providing cultural activities and community for the Portland urban Native American community and taking part in the annual Canoe Journey

Alaska Native Brotherhood
Portland Area Camp
Member 2016 - 2018

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1737 NE Alberta St, Ste 208

Portland, OR 97211

Phone: (503) 790-9060