Native American OR INDIAN Law
Indian Law or Tribal Law is unique in the State of Alabama; not only does the Poarch Band of Creek Indians (the only federally recognized tribe in the state) have its own Court system and regulations, but there are also many controlling federal regulations and considerations. As a member of a Tribal Bar Association an attorney is permitted to argue Tribal Law in front of a Tribal Court. Additionally, where there is a waiver of sovereign immunity or where sovereign immunity does not exist, cases involving tribal issues may arise in State or Federal Court. Emily Page Steele and David Fitzgerald Steele, Jr. are both members in good standing of the Tribal Bar Association for the Poarch Band of Creek Indians and can assist you in navigating this complex landscape.
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Attorney Contact: Emily Page Steele