1982, District of Columbia; 1988, New Mexico and U.S. Supreme Court; 1989, Shoshone and Northern Arapahoe Tribal Courts; 1999, Hopi and Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Courts
Harvard University, J.D., 1981
Law School Graduation Year
Radcliffe College, B.A., Economics, magna cum laude, 1977
District of Columbia Bar (Chair, Pro Bono Committee, 1982-1983); State Bar of New Mexico; Federal and American (Vice-Chair, Committee on Water Resources, Section of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law) Bar Associations.
Adjunct Professor of Law, Arizona State University, Spring, 1981. Lecturer, Law: Stanford Law School, Winter, 1996; Harvard Law School, 1989-1993. Co-Author: Tribal-State Dispute Resolution: Recent Attempts, Law Review 36 S.D.L. Rev. 1 1991; In Re: The General Adjudication of All Rights to Use Water in the Big Horn System, and All Other Sources in the State of Wyoming, Law Review 46 ARK. L. Rev. 1 1993; Tribal Jurisdiction Over Reservation Water Quality and Quantity, Law Review 26 S.D.L. Rev. 2 1991. Chairperson, Navajo Tax Commission, 1983-1985. Member, National Council, World Wildlife Fund. Member, Board of Directors: University of Colorado Natural Resources Law Center, 1988-1991; Grand Canyon Trust; American Indian Resources Institute; St. Michaels Indian School.