Strickland & Strickland focuses its practice in the areas of Native American Law and Indian tribal
representation. For almost five decades, the Strickland law firm has provided legal counsel to several Indian tribes and tribal entities, representing them in all aspects of their governmental and business affairs. This representation has included advising our clients on matters pertaining to water, legislation, business, power and energy, gaming, employment, housing, construction, law enforcement, law and order, planning and development, environmental regulations and compliance, information systems, and economic affairs. The firm also represents entities in doing business with Indian tribes and tribal enterprises.
Strickland & Strickland has been selected again for inclusion in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” for its practice in the area of Native American Law and is a perennial selection for inclusion in Martindale- Hubbell’s Bar Register of Pre-Eminent Attorneys, receiving the highest rating possible (“AV Pre- Eminent”) under the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating System.
In addition, Senior Partner William “Bill” E. Strickland, Jr. has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America® since 2011 and was recently named the 2023 Native American Law “Lawyer of the Year” for the Tucson metropolitan area. The current members of the firm, who are integral to its continuing success, are William E. Strickland, Jr., Amy Courson, and Katosha Nakai.