Two Indian Legal Program graduates featured in Attorney at Law

Friday, July 25, 2014

Two graduates of the Indian Legal Program (ILP) at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University were recently featured in Attorney at Law. 

Robert Rosette, a 1996 graduate of the College of Law and founder of Rosette, LLP was featured when his firm was named Law Firm of the Month. Rosette's firm represents Indian tribal governments and Indian-owned entities in complex legal matters including government negotiations, financial transactions and representation of internal tribal government matters. They recently opened their fourth office in Washington, D.C. and have other locations in Chandler, Sacramento and Kalamazoo. 

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Another ILP graduate Vanessa Minteer, an attorney for Rosette, LLP, was featured in the magazine's Diversity In Law profile. 

Minteer, a 2008 J.D. graduate of the College of Law and a 2009 Master of Laws (LL. M.) graduate from the college talked about what inspired her to pursue a career in the legal field.

"I think the most rewarding aspect of practicing law is giving a voice to those who need one," Minteer said. "Many times, those individuals (and, in my case, tribes) who confront injustice lack a voice in the legal process. For me, providing that voice on behalf of my clients' rights and entitlements is what brings meaning to my legal practice."

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