When the Pojoaque Pueblo in New Mexico decided to go ahead with a huge $245 million casino, resort and infrastructure development last year, they turned to the capital markets for financing instead of the bank loans or government grants traditionally used by tribes.

They also turned to mega law firm Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe for legal advice on the financing instead of a more traditional legal resource — Indian law boutiques.

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