Brian Lewis is an Attorney with the Navajo Nation Office of the Attorney General in Window Rock, Navajo Nation; he handles special matters for the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General. His practice is focused in the areas of Energy, Intellectual Property, Commercial & Regulatory Litigation, and Economic Development & Growth. Mr. Lewis serves and has served on various teams, commissions, and task forces; including Governor Susana Martinez’s Transition Team (with the Indian Affairs Department Review Committee), the Speaker of the Navajo Nation Council’s Energy Task Force, and the President of the Navajo Nation’s Project Negotiating Team (for large-scale economic development).
Mr. Lewis teaches and presents on topics including Business Organizations, Navajo Nation Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, and Ethics. He also regularly volunteers his time to programs such as the American Indian Law Center’s Pre-Law Summer Institute for American Indians (which he attended in 2006), and the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University Indian Legal Program’s Tribal Court Skills College.
Mr. Lewis is an enrolled member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. He earned his Master’s Degree, with emphases in Political Economy and Economic Development & Growth, at Washington State University; and his Juris Doctor from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, with an Indian Law Certificate.