Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville is pleased to announce that Noor Adhoob has joined the firm’s Indian Tribal Governments practice group as its Legislative Assistant.
In this position, Noor will conduct legislative and regulatory research and document reviews, monitor legislation, file lobbying reports, draft legislative updates and write communications on behalf of the Indian Tribal Governments practice.
Noor joined the firm in 2016 as a Project Assistant working with both the Education and Healthcare practice groups. She has been responsible for conducting research, drafting newsletters, assembling and organizing documents for document production and renewing registrations of charitable organizations.
Before joining Powers, Noor was an immigration clerk at Duane Morris LLP. She graduated from American University with a Bachelor of Arts in Law and Criminology.
Noor will join Indian Tribal Governments Principals Paul Moorehead, Brian Gunn and Kevin Wadzinski. The Principals have decades of expertise in federal Indian law, congressional advocacy, regulatory policy and rulemaking, and project finance and development on Indian lands.
The Group represents Indian tribes and organizations, tribal corporations, and private sector entities in a variety of ways. This includes congressional advocacy, on Capitol Hill, across the agencies of the Federal government, and in commercial transactions.
The Group advises tribal clients on federal legislative and regulatory matters, business planning, corporate structures, energy development and environmental law. The group also handles state and federal tax and audits, financing and contracting issues, gaming development and regulation, healthcare, housing and community development, human resources, and tribal governance.
Noor Adhoob can be reached at Noor.Adhoob@PowersLaw.com or 202-349-4265.