Judith Dworkin – Managing partner, Sacks Tierney
Dworkin’s practice is devoted primarily to Indian law and water resources law issues. She also teaches courses in water law and natural resources Law at the ASU College of Law and advises its Indian Law Program. She lectures regularly and publishes on topics relating to economic development on Indian reservations.
Surprising fact: “After earning a Ph.D. and pursuing a career as an academic at universities in Canada and the United States, I left academia, with a newborn son in tow, to enter law school.”
Biggest challenge: “Whether managing or negotiating, I try to understand the people sitting at the table, so I can find a solution that works for all. It’s a continuing challenge.”
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