Native American Law Attorneys

José de Jesús Rivera

Former U.S. Attorney for Ariz. -- Personal Injury -- Criminal Defense

Nathan J. Fidel

Personal Injury -- Water Rights -- Tribal Law

Aaron Hall

Personal Injury -- Tribal Law -- Medical Malpractice

Heather Goodwin

Personal Injury -- Medical Malpractice -- Business Litigation

Lindsay Brew

Business Litigation

Tucson Indigenous Law Lawyers, Phoenix Indigenous Law Lawyers, and Flagstaff Indigenous Law Lawyers: Serving all of Arizona

Arizona is home to over 21 federally recognized Native American Tribes, and Tribal Trust land makes up more than a quarter of Arizona’s land mass. The complex interplay of federal state and tribal jurisdictions often raise unique issues that require a breadth of experience offered by Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.C.

Our attorneys have represented a wide variety of interests and parties including Tribes, individuals with disputes on Tribal Lands, as well as State, Municipal and Federal interests in Tribal Jurisdictions. To learn more about the services we offer, call our Tucson and Flagstaff offices at 800-723-1676 or our Phoenix office at 877-366-5557.


Our lawyers have appeared in many of the tribal jurisdictions throughout Arizona on a wide variety of matters. Currently, we have attorneys licensed in the following jurisdictions:

  • Navajo Nation,
  • Hopi Reservation,
  • Gila River Indian Community, and
  • Pasqua Yaqui

Please feel free to reach out to us even if the Tribe where your case or issue arises is not listed. It is very possible given the breadth of experience of our lawyers with Tribal issues that someone in our Firm has experience in your jurisdiction or with your issue and can likely assist you with your case.

Practice Areas:

Our attorneys have worked on diverse matters ranging from Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice, Insurance Bad Faith, Consumer Protection, Gaming, Inter-Tribal Treaty Disputes, Federal-Tribal Treaty Disputes, Elections, Voting Rights, Criminal Law, Property Law, Business Transactions, Employment Law and Family Law.

If you believe your case is subject to Tribal Jurisdiction or may raise issues that have implications for Native American Law please contact us to see if we can help.