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Areas of practice

Howard Brown practices Indian law, business law, employment law, and school law. He also serves as a workplace investigator, workplace trainer, and hearing officer. Howard serves a broad range of clients, including individuals, small and large businesses, non-profit corporations, health care providers, schools, and Tribal entities and organizations, throughout Arizona and Indian Country.

Before entering private practice in 2000, Howard served as a judicial law clerk for the Superior Court of New Hampshire (1997-1999) and the Navajo Nation Supreme Court (1996, 1999). He has taught and lectured on a variety of topics including employment law, Navajo law, ethics for elected officials, and leadership for board members. Howard has published a number of scholarly articles, including the following:

Applying Navajo Employment Laws to State Public School Districts on the Navajo Nation, in INSIDE THE MINDS: EMERGING ISSUES IN TRIBAL-STATE RELATIONS, 2014 ed. (Aspatore Books, aThomson Reuters business, June, 2014).

The NavajoPreference in Employment Act: A Review and Update of Cases and Rules,2010-2012, with co-author Honorable Justice Raymond D. Austin, 43 NEW MEXICOLAW REVIEW 397 (2013).

TheTwenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Navajo Preference In Employment Act: A Quarter Century of Evolution, Interpretation, and Application of the Navajo Nation’s Employment Preference Laws, with co-author Honorable Justice Raymond D. Austin, 40 NEW MEXICO LAW REVIEW 17 (2010).

The Navajo Nation’s Peacemaker Division: An Integrated, Community-Based Dispute Resolution Forum, 24 AMERICAN INDIAN LAW REVIEW 297 (1999-2000), reprinted in 57 DISPUTE RESOLUTION JOURNAL, p. 42, May-July 2002 (American Arbitration Association),reprinted in part in FEDERAL INDIAN LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS, GETCHES ET AL.(5th ed).

 Howard enjoys spending time with his family, running, skiing, and listening to music.