Litigation

Hunter M. Abell Joins Williams Kastner's Team Of Indian Law Attorneys

SEATTLE - The law firm of Williams Kastner has announced the addition of Hunter M. Abell as a senior associate in the Seattle office. Abell's legal practice emphasizes Indian law and civil litigation and will help fortify one of the region's leading practices dedicated to serving Indian Country.

Before joining Williams Kastner, Abell served in the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps, where he obtained extensive trial experience in criminal defense and as a prosecuting attorney. A native of Washington, Abell was raised on a ranch on the rural Colville Indian Reservation in Ferry County. He graduated from The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va., and earned his JD from Gonzaga University School of Law. Before serving on active duty in the U.S. Navy, Abell received his LLM from Georgetown University Law Center.

Williams Kastner has been serving clients in the Pacific Northwest since 1929. With more than 90 attorneys in three offices throughout Washington and Oregon as well as associated offices - through a strategic alliance with P.R.C. law firm, Duan & Duan - in Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong, the firm offers a full range of legal services to local and international clients. The firm is also home to one of the foremost legal practices in the United States dedicated to Indian Law & Gaming.