a tribal member, woman-owned business

based in Seattle,
serving clients nationwide

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Native Law PLLC

Founded in 2017, Native Law PLLC is a Seattle-based, tribal-member, woman-owned small business seeking to protect the interests of clients with needs relating to Environmental Law and Indian Law. Native Law PLLC has agreements in place with other attorneys who can provide additional assistance on matters related to intellectual property, employment law and finance.

Small Firm, Big Impact

Owner Diana Bob provides legal services to tribal governments, tribally owned businesses, and other entities doing business in Indian Country. She has provided counsel at the state and national level.

Diana Bob - Native Law PLLC

Diana graduated from Pitzer College in Claremont, California, and Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, with a JD and certificate in Environmental Law. Diana is an enrolled member of the Lummi Nation. She is admitted to practice in the courts of Washington State, District of Columbia and Alaska and several federal courts. She is also admitted to practice in the tribal courts of: the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, the Kalipsel Tribe, the Lummi Nation, the Makah Tribe, the Sitka Tribe of Alaska, the Spokane Indian Tribe, and the Tulalip Tribes.

She has volunteered her time to several causes to advance access to justice, the practice of Indian law and the rights of marginalized communities. Recently she has been a member of the Washington State Minority and Justice Commission, the Board of Directors for the Northwest Justice Project, the Indian Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association and the Northwest Indian Bar Association.

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Tribal Economic Development

  • Energy
  • Telecom
  • Finance
  • Joint ventures

Tribal Governmental Functions

  • Codes
  • Regulations
  • Policies
  • Constitutions
  • Tribal court best practices
  • Government-to-
    Government consultations

Serving

  • Tribes
  • Tribal entities
  • Businesses working with tribes
  • Intertribal associations
  • Tribal entrepreneurs
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