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Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson & Perry, LLP

About Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson & Perry, LLP

Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson & Perry, LLP was established in 1976 with a single purpose ? to represent Indian tribes. And that is what we continue to do today ? we represent tribes across the country in litigation, lobbying, economic development, health care, self-determination and self-government, transportation, tribal government, and more.

Since our focus is on preserving and expanding the rights and interests of tribes, we have vast experience regarding the wide range of subjects that comprise federal Indian law and tribal law. For example, we handle major Indian law litigation with nationwide impacts, and complex financial transactions for tribes. We represent tribes in negotiating intergovernmental agreements, and in enacting and enforcing tribal laws. And we represent tribes in seeking rulings before administrative agencies and legislation before Congress. In all of these areas (and more), we have longstanding experience and a track record that shows that we get results.

The depth and breadth of our work for tribes brings value to our tribal clients in additional ways. For example, we have worked with many tribes, including those with limited resources, and we know the value of efficient solutions for tribes. With this understanding, we use our experience to accomplish tribal goals in a cost-effective manner.

In addition, our work reflects certain fundamental values. One of those values is our dedication to the interests of tribes (and tribal organizations). Along these lines, the Firm has made a specific choice ? we represent tribes, and we will not represent non-Indian interests in Indian law matters. So, for example, we will not represent an oil and gas company (or a management company, or anyone else) seeking to do business with a tribe. We take this stand because we want to use our expertise for the benefit of tribes, and not for anyone else. We have turned down many business opportunities to maintain this approach ? but we believe that this is the right thing for us to do.

So that is our Firm ? experienced, efficient, dedicated and principled. There is much more to tell ? please feel free to contact us any time.

Office Description:

The firm's Albuquerque office is located in downtown Albuquerque, just two blocks from the Federal Courthouse and close to a number of regional and local federal offices, including the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Interior Department's Regional Solicitor's Office. The attorneys in this office primarily represent our New Mexico clients on a full range of issues described in the "Our Practice" section of this website, including gaming, complex financial transactions, water, and governmental matters. The attorneys of the Albuquerque office also assist other offices with respect to client representation on business transactional and tax matters.

Location and Practice Areas Wise Attorney Count:

Total Offices: 5

Total Attorneys: 27

Total Office Wise Attorneys:

Locations No. of Attorneys
Albuquerque, NM 3
Anchorage, AK 6
Juneau, AK 3
San Diego, CA 3
Washington, DC 10

Total number of Attorneys in this Practice Area:

Practice Areas No. of Attorneys
Education 1
Environmental and Land Use 6
Family Law 7
Government and Government Relations 19
Health Care 5
Labor & Employment 9
Litigation 3
Litigation - General (consumer) 14
Real Estate 4
Tax 6

Practice Area Rankings by Region


District of Columbia

New Mexico

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