Madison365 Lists Samantha Skenandore in "Wisconsin's 38 Most Influential Native Americans"
Madison, WI. — The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Attorney Samantha Skenandore, a member of the firm's Real Estate and Indian Law and Policy Practice Groups, has been named to "Wisconsin's 38 Most Influential Native Americans" list by Madison365.
Madison365's first ever "Wisconsin's 38 Most Influential Native Americans" was created to highlight the diversity in Wisconsin. The list shines a statewide spotlight on the dedicated leaders of Wisconsin’s indigenous communities.
Skenandore focuses her practice on both federal Indian law and tribal law, advising tribal and corporate clients in tribal governance, governmental affairs, corporate transactions, real estate, labor issues and litigation. She represents corporate entities, both tribal and nontribal, in matters involving financing, minority or women-owned certification, labor relations, complex commercial real estate matters and government relations. Skenandore received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and her Juris Doctor from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law.
Madison365 is a nonprofit new media enterprise intended to keep Greater Madison’s communities of color informed, and to report news from their perspective. Madison365 uses journalism to start conversations, find real and lasting solutions, build community, invite action and encourage emerging leaders in Greater Madison’s communities of color, and to foster dialog between members of diverse communities.