Ryley Carlock & Applewhite is pleased to announce that Samuel L. Lofland has been elected Shareholder.
Lofland works with clients of all sizes, ranging from individuals to industry leaders in renewable and conventional energy, transmission, water development, and mining. He focuses on environmental permitting, compliance, due diligence, and environmental and general commercial litigation. Lofland is an enrolled tribal member of the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma and while in law school, he dedicated a significant portion of his studies to understanding the unique issues associated with Federal Indian Law. In connection with his environmental law and litigation work, he has worked on several issues involving Federal Indian Law.
During his free time, Lofland regularly provides pro bono legal services through organizations such as the Florence Immigrant Refugee Rights Project and the U.S. District Court of Arizona's pro bono program.
Lofland earned his B.A. with Honors from Stanford University. He earned his J.D. cum laude from Arizona State University. His degree was conferred with an Indian Legal Certificate.