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Court Visitors

Over the years the Tulalip Tribal Court has had the pleasure of having many visitors come on-site and visit us to: observe our civil and/or criminal proceedings, observe our Wellness Court, observe our Elder’s Panel, discuss the Tribal Court’s therapeutic jurisprudence, and to discuss Tulalip views on expanded jurisdiction regarding the Tribal Law & Order Act passed by Congress in 2009.

We are pleased to share with you our esteemed visitors, as listed below:

Associate Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, including Indian Affairs, White House, Charles W. Galbraith
Bureau of Indian Affairs - Office of Justice Services
Center for Court Innovation in the Tribal Justice Exchange
Everett Community College Journalism Student, Ali Salmande, Indonesian
The Harvard Project – Honoring of Nations
Heritage School Students / Law Day at Tribal Court (Shelly Lacy, Principal)
Marysville Middle School Students / Tribal Court Mock Trial (Eric Hanson, Teacher)
Muckleshoot Attorney’s Office, Danielle Bargala, Legal Intern
National Center for State Courts
National Judicial Education Program - Legal Momentum
National Legal Services Foundation, Board of Directors
Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians
Port Gamble S’Klallam, Jennifer Olanie, Court Administrator
Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Tacoma, WA
Quileute Nation, La Push, WA
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, Highland, CA, Chief Attorney Meredith Drent
Snoqualmie Tribe, Snoqualmie, WA
Snohomish County Court Clerk, Sonja Kraski
Swinomish Tribe, La Conner, WA
United States Attorney for the Western District (WA), Jenny Durkan
United States Attorney’s Office (SD), Gregg S. Peterman United
States Department of Justice, David Ogden, Deputy Attorney General and Thomas Perrelli
Associate Attorney General United States Senator, Byron L. Dorgan
United States Senator, Patty Murray
United States Tribal Law and Order Commission (first field hearing)
University of Washington Law School students
Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians
Hoopa Valley Tribe
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
National Council of Juvenile & Family Court Judges
The Alabama – Coushatta Indians
Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians
World Affairs Council
United States Department of Justice & Office On Violence Against Women
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
Tribal State Court Consortium 2018 Regional Meeting guests included; Three WA State Supreme Court Justices, WA State Superior Court judges and Tribal Court judges
Everett Community College Business Law students
National American Indian Court Judges Association (NIJA) – Kate Trujillo, MPH