Lippes Mathias LLP Adds U.S. Dept. of Justice Veteran Barbara M.R. Marvin to the Firm
December 16, 2021 | Press Releases
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Lippes Mathias LLP is pleased to announce that Barbara M.R. Marvin has joined the firm as Counsel in its Washington, D.C. office. Barbara, who served as a staff attorney for the National Indian Gaming Commission and as a trial attorney and attorney-advisor within the United States Department of Justice for more than thirteen years, will work closely with Lippes Mathias’ Native American Law and Environment & Energy Practice Teams.
Throughout her career, Barbara has assisted tribes in a myriad of matters, including facility licensing, approval of gaming ordinances, and management contracts and vendor agreements. Barbara has also represented the United States in cases involving land-into-trust decisions, water rights claims, and claims alleging breach of trust and mismanagement of tribal funds and resources.
Outside of her practice, Barbara serves as the commissioner of the City of Alexandria’s Parks and Recreation Commission and holds membership in both the D.C. Bar Association’s Regulation/Rules/Board Procedures Committee and the D.C. Native American Bar Association. Barbara received her J.D. from American University’s Washington College of Law and holds a master’s degree from DePaul University as well as a bachelor’s degree from North Park University.
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