Hunter Cox focuses on legal and regulatory issues affecting Alaskan Native and tribal clients across a wide range of areas, including environmental, energy and business development. He also works with non-tribal clients on litigation and regulatory matters involving energy, natural resources, environmental law, and public land use.
Prior to joining the firm, Hunter clerked at the Native American Rights Fund (NARF) in Boulder, CO, and a national law firm focused on legal issues impacting Indian Country. Hunter also worked as a student attorney for the Michigan Innocence Clinic. Outside of the law school, Hunter served as Treasurer and then President of the National Native American Law Students Association (NNALSA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that advocates on behalf of Native American law students and their allies. Before law school, he participated in the Udall Program as an intern for Senator Mark Udall, and later interned for the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs under Senator Byron Dorgan.
Hunter is a citizen of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, and Cherokee Nation descendant.
University of Michigan Law School
University of Michigan
M.P.P., Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, 2016
National Native American Law Students Association
National Native American Bar Association
Manhattan District Attorney's Office, Appeals Bureau
Office of Senator Morris K. Udall
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
Policy Intern, 2009