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Associate General Counsel Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians seeks 1-2 attorneys 5+ yrs American Indian law exp w/ employment, IP, gaming, environmental, contracts, lit exp. See for full description & application. Email application and resume to Associate General Counsel The Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, Riverside County, California, seeks 1-2 attorneys. Exp. in all aspects of Indian law and environmental and natural resources law preferred. Pechanga Office of the General Counsel provides legal opinions and assistance to Tribal Counsel, all departments of the Pechanga Tribal Government and Pechanga Development Corporation; oversees work of outside counsel; and limited service to tribal members in matters relating to tribal status. Qualification for this position are as follows: Bachelors Degree from accredited college, must be admitted to practice before the California state bar or admitted to a state bar and willing to become a member of the California state bar. Minimum of (5) years experience in all aspects of American Indian law, with knowledge and experience in employment law, Intellectual Property, Indian Child Welfare Act, gaming law, contracts and litigation, ability to conduct legal and general research that is accurate and thorough, and have strong written and verbal advocacy skills. Application and full Job Announcement at Send resumes and completed application to

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