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Berkey Williams Welcomes Indian Law Fellow Loretta Miranda

Berkey Williams LLP is pleased to welcome Loretta Miranda, the Firm’s 2016-2017 Indian Law Fellow. Our Indian Law Fellowship is dedicated to supporting the Indian law leaders of the future.
Ms. Miranda earned her B.A. from the California State University, Northridge, and is a 2016 graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School.

While at Lewis & Clark Law School, Ms. Miranda served as Vice-President of the Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) and participated in the 2015 National NALSA moot court competition. Ms. Miranda was also a recipient of the Nelson D. Terry Scholarship, which is funded by the Quinault Indian Allottees Association. Ms. Miranda has clerked for the Department of the Interior, the Office of the Regional Solicitor in Portland, Oregon, the Native American Rights Fund (NARF) in Alaska, and for the Yurok Tribal Court.

As a Fellow at Berkey Williams LLP, Ms. Miranda will lend her considerable talents to work on behalf of tribal clients in all of the firm’s practice areas, including land rights, water rights, environmental and cultural resources, health care, Indian child welfare, and employment. Ms. Miranda is a descendent of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians.