Casey Matthiesen Elected President of the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association
September 20, 2021
Robins Kaplan is pleased to announce that Casey Matthiesen has been elected President of the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association (MAIBA).
MAIBA is a non-profit organization with the mission of promoting unity, cooperation, and the interchange of ideas among persons associated with Indian law; promoting the education of the public in regards to the legal issues affecting Indian people and Tribal governments; and promoting justice and the effective legal representation of all Indian people.
Casey is the third enrolled member of the Yankton Sioux Tribe in South Dakota to become an attorney. As a part of Robins Kaplan’s American Indian Law and Policy Group case teams, her law practice focuses on taking difficult cases for tribal clients in high stakes litigation. Casey’s passion to advocate for Native Americans is second to none – she continues to develop her deep understanding of the legal issues impacting Indian County to advocate for tribes across the United States.
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