Hunter S. Cox

Associate *



1050 Thomas Jefferson Street NW
Seventh Floor
Washington, DC 20007
  • Worked on a Voting Rights Act claim against a state that disenfranchised tribal voters through state laws prohibiting use of tribal ID.
  • Advised client on First Amendment issues and protecting Native American students’ rights to wear eagle feathers at high school graduation.
  • Advised client tribe on establishing its first tribal constitution, improving its governance and developing tribal members’ rights.
  • Represented wrongful conviction client in a state court evidentiary hearing, introducing exculpatory evidence questioning the client’s murder conviction.
  • Represented indigent tenants in court on housing matters, and negotiated 30 settlements favorable for the tenants.


ICRA Habeas Corpus Relief: A New Habeas Jurisprudence for the post-Oliphant World?

American Indian Law Journal, Vol. 5 Issue 2

Pumped Storage: 5 Misperceptions about Licensing

International Water Power & Dam Construction, pp. 14-17

* Not admitted to practice in the District of Columbia. Work is supervised by a member of the District of Columbia bar.