Ms. Schuler joined the firm in 2013.
Ms. Schuler joined the firm in 2013. Before joining the firm, Ms. Schuler held positions as a Clinical Resident at the Michigan State University (MSU) Small Business and Nonprofit Law Clinic and as a Legal Research Assistant for Galanda Broadman, PLLC. Working as a Clinical Resident Ms. Schuler prepared federal trademark applications for filing and assisted with matters concerning the tax exempt status of clients. While working as a Legal Research Assistant, Ms. Schuler researched jurisdictional issues regarding liquor licensing, tribal land and jurisdiction, and researched employment discrimination law. While in law school, Ms. Schuler focused on Indian Law through her participation in the Indigenous Law and Policy Center Certificate program, publishing her article Modern Age Protection: Protecting Indigenous Knowledge Through Intellectual Property with the MSU International Law Review, and membership in the Native American Law Students Association (NALSA).
Intellectual Property and Federal Trademarks, Tribal Governance, and Tribal Economic Development
United States District Court for the District of Nebraska; Nebraska
Michigan State University College of Law (J.D., 2013); Board of Editors, Michigan State University College of Law International Law Review; University of Kansas (B.A., 2010).
PRIOR LEGAL EXPERIENCE:
Legal Research Assistant, Galanda Broadman (2013); Clinical Resident, MSU Small Business and Nonprofit Law Clinic (2013); Law Clerk, Lamson, Dugan and Murray, L.L.P. (2012-2013).
Nebraska State Bar
LEGAL AUTHORSHIP: Modern Age Protection: Protecting Indigenous Knowledge Through Intellectual Property,
21.3 MICH. ST. INT′L. L. REV. (Spring 2013).
HONORS: Indigenous Law and Policy Center Certificate,
MSU College of Law; Student Life Award
for outstanding achievement in the MSU Small Business and Nonprofit Law Clinic