Lieff Cabraser attorneys Eric Fastiff, Anne Shaver, and Emily Hartwell today spoke at a UC Berkeley School of Law event titled “Opportunities in Plaintiff-Side Tribal Law: A Conversation with Lieff Cabraser.” The event focused on the role of plaintiff-side legal work in tribal law and how it supports the rights and interests of Native American tribes.

During the session, the Lieff Cabraser team shared their experiences in representing tribal clients across various legal challenges, including mass tort, environmental damage, and unethical business practices. Their participation highlighted the firm’s commitment to justice for Native American communities and its expertise in navigating the complexities of tribal law.

Organized by the Native American Law Students Association (NALSA), the event provided a valuable learning opportunity for attendees to gain insight into the critical role of legal advocacy in defending tribal rights and to recognize the specific efforts of Lieff Cabraser in this specialized field.

For more information, visit Berkeley Law’s website.

About Lieff Cabraser’s Native American Cases

Lieff Cabraser represents tribes and tribal governments as plaintiffs in many of the firm’s cases, including mass tort, environmental harm, and unfair business practices. Learn more on our tribal practice page.


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