Kaighn Smith, Jr., Maine Law Class of 1985,
Publishes Labor and Employment Law in Indian Country
Kaighn Smith, Jr., a partner in the Portland firm of Drummond, Woodsum & McMahon, is author of a new book, Labor and Employment Law in Indian Country. His book provides a comprehensive overview of the laws governing labor and employment relations in Indian country. For additional information, please visit: http://www.narf.org/pubs/misc/labor.htm.
Kaighn Smith represents private and public sector clients, including Indian tribes, in the federal, state and tribal courts. He has a national Indian law practice and has represented tribes and tribal enterprises in jurisdictional, environmental, business and gaming disputes. Prior to working at Drummond, Woodsum & McMahon, Smith clerked for Judge Frank M. Coffin at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and for Justice Louis Scolnik at the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. He also has served as Adjunct Professor of American Indian Law at the University of Maine School of Law.