Corinne Sebren joins a growing bench of Galanda Broadman team members. Harvard Law School alumnus Matt Slovin also joined the firm as an Associate this past July.
Seattle, WA – Corinne Sebren has joined Galanda Broadman PLLC as an Associate. Corinne joins the firm full-time after serving the past two years as a part-time Law Clerk. Her practice focuses on Indigenous health law and regulatory analysis, as well as litigation involving tribal governments and civil rights.
“Corinne brings a deep commitment to Indigenous health law and equity to our firm, and at a critical time,” said Gabriel S. Galanda, Managing Lawyer of Galanda Broadman. “We are excited to make her health care expertise and passion for justice available to our tribal clients.”
Corinne is a 2021 graduate of the University of Washington School of Law where she served as Editor-in-Chief of Washington Law Review and received the Judge Eugene A. Wright Scholar Award. She is a former Legal Fellow of the Yakama Nation Office of Legal Counsel.
Prior to law school, Corinne utilized her Western Washington University degree in Behavioral Neuroscience in her role as the Advocacy Director and Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the Whatcom County Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. She brings extensive non-profit management and healthcare administration experience to the firm in addition to her legal skills.
Corinne joins a growing bench of Galanda Broadman team members. Harvard Law School alumnus Matt Slovin also joined the firm as an Associate this past July, and recent Oregon State University-Cascades graduate Emmerson Donnell will start work as a Litigation Assistant next month.
About Galanda Broadman Galanda Broadman is an Indigenous rights law firm with nine lawyers and offices in Seattle and Yakima, Washington and Bend, Oregon. The firm is dedicated to advancing Indigenous Treaty, sovereignty, and human rights.
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