Katie Brossy advises clients regarding American Indian law and policy.
Practice & Background
Ms. Brossy’s practice focuses on representation of Indian tribes, tribal governmental instrumentalities and tribally owned enterprises. She has worked on a number of highly significant tribal issues, including one of largest Indian water rights settlements in U.S. history and the largest tribal trust claim settlement. She has also represented tribal clients on a variety of matters, including issues regarding federal, state and tribal tax laws; Indian gaming law; land into trust matters; economic development initiatives gaming; environmental regulation; contract support costs under the Indian Self-Determination Education and Assistance Act; tribal sovereignty; and sovereign immunity.
Ms. Brossy received her J.D. in 2005 from Columbia Law School, where she was a staff editor of the Columbia Human Rights Law Review and co-chair of the Native American Law Student Association.
Ms. Brossy is a member of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska and is a past president of the Native American Bar Association of Washington, D.C. Ms. Brossy is currently a member of the Washington office’s diversity committee.
Awards & Accolades
- Law360’s Rising Stars (2017)
- Bisnow’s Top 40 Lawyers Under 40 (2016)
- National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development’s “Native American 40 Under 40” Award (2015).