Legislative

Tribal Law. Tribal Solutions.

LEGISLATIVE

Fredericks Peebles & Morgan LLP’s Washington, D.C. office represents Indian tribes and tribal governmental entities before the Congress and the Executive Branch every day.

We have a bipartisan team of lawyers who provide a wide range of federal advocacy services that support our tribal clients’ objectives and interests. Our attorneys bring extensive experience in senior positions on Capitol Hill, the Executive Branch, and in politics. Armed with this experience, our attorneys and lobbyists are able to effectively identify the issues and opportunities that affect client decision making and provide timely, strategic guidance.

We support our tribal clients by shaping legislation, regulations, and government policy through direct lobbying and coordination with members of Congress, administration officials, and key staff members. We provide essential governmental affairs services, such as monitoring, analyzing and reporting on legislative and regulatory developments, as well as drafting legislation, position papers, agency comments and congressional testimony.

Additionally, our nationwide network of offices allows us to offer expansive governmental affairs services beyond what a typical Washington, D.C. lobbying firm can provide. Our team, working in concert with all of our other office locations, provides a tremendous range of opportunities and services for our clients.


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Legislative Services
  • Congressional Lobbying
  • Legislative and Regulatory Consultation
  • Witness/Testimony Preparation
  • Federal Agency Relations
  • Political Strategies and Agency Coordination
  • Congressional Staff/Meeting Coordination
  • Client Coalitions and Grassroots Efforts
  • Legislative Proposal Consultation
  • Congressional/Regulatory Monitoring
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