Native American legal issues are peaking, with three bills on Capitol Hill advancing their interests and more legal work tied to waterways, investment funds and property rightsMeanwhile, a new cadre of Native American legal experts, including some Am Law 200 partners, are heading into the government.

Yet a minority of large law firms have practice areas dedicated to Native American issues. And those few are poised to benefit the most from the increased activity.

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