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Scott D Crowell

Scott Crowell, of Crowell Law Office – Tribal Advocacy Group PLLC, has practiced extensively in the area of Indian law since the late 1980s. Scott received both his law degree and economics BS degree from Arizona State University.

Scott has devoted his law practice exclusively to the representation of Indian Tribes, with rare exception. Scott has been deeply involved in Indian gaming issues in several states and on national issues. Scott has served as lead negotiation counsel in compact negotiations for sixteen tribes in nine states. He has served as lead litigation counsel in lawsuits over the application and interpretation of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act for eleven tribes in eight states, including, but not limited to: Rincon Band v. Schwarzenegger, Spokane Tribe v. United States, Shoshone & Bannock Tribes v. Idaho, and Massachusetts v. Wampanoag Aquinnah. Scott has provided technical assistance to many more tribes and authored amicus briefs in other litigation on behalf of the National Indian Gaming Association, now IGA, and regional tribal organizations.

Based in Sedona, Arizona, through this broad base of experience, Scott is able to share his expertise in similar problems that have been addressed in different compact and regulatory structures in different states.

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Sports Wagering, Gaming Compacts and Pending Litigation – Implications for Tribal Gaming Moving Forward

Total Credits: 1 CLE

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Indian Law
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
Dec 06, 2023
Short Description:
Join us for our annual seminar series focusing on Indian Law. The series is sponsored by the Tribal In-House Counsel Association, the Indian Law Section and the State Bar of Arizona. Our final progr...

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