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Candice R. Elliott

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Candice Elliott is a paralegal in the firm’s Indian Law Practice Group. Candice joined Lewis Roca in 2007 as part of the Government Relations Practice Group and later joined the Indian Law Practice Group in 2012.

Candice supports her team in representing tribes and tribal gaming enterprises throughout the western United States. She has assisted her team in several complex tribal-state compact negotiations in Arizona, California, and New Mexico and provides support on land into trust and Indian land determinations. Candice has vast research, investigative, and writing experience. She regularly drafts organizational documents for tribal gaming enterprises and tribal governments and assists with the representation of Indian tribes and tribal entities in financing matters and economic development.

Candice assists lawyers in corporate and government relations and state and federal legislative and administrative practices. She has prepared lobbying reports in Arizona and California and has a vast knowledge of reporting rules. Her experience also includes processing licensing applications for vendors and commercial entities and helping her team with client licensing issues.

Candice grew up in northern Arizona and is a tribal member of the Navajo Nation.

More About Candice R. Elliott


  • Legal Assisting Certificate (ABA Approved Program), Phoenix College, 2008

  • B.S. Justice Studies/ American Indian Studies (minor), Arizona State University, 2002


  • Native American Connections, Volunteer, 2014-2019


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