D. Michael McBride receives highest individual ranking awarded by the publisher
Chambers & Partners, an international legal publisher, has bestowed its highest individual honor upon Crowe & Dunlevy director D. Michael McBride III of Tulsa. McBride has been named a Star Individual by the world’s leading guide to the legal profession.
Chambers & Partners describes a Star Individual as a professional with a "history of excellence" which is usually evidenced by "the sheer weight of recommendations compared with their peers." McBride is a sought-after and trusted advisor with particular expertise in gaming, federal Indian law, litigation and complex transactions.
“We are proud of Michael’s recognition as a Star Individual,” said Kevin D. Gordon, president of Crowe & Dunlevy. “His immense contribution to the practice of Native American law, clearly exemplifies Chambers' definition of a Star Individual as someone who has 'managed to change the landscape in dramatic ways.'"
McBride is counsel to a number of Indian tribes and gaming related-companies. He has represented more than 20 Indian tribal governments or their entities and numerous corporations and individuals doing business with tribes.
McBride also serves as chair of Crowe & Dunlevy's Indian Law & Gaming Practice Group. Under his leadership, the practice has become the preeminent Native American law practice in the state of Oklahoma, receiving a Band 1 ranking by Chambers & Partners in 2013.
Posted on Tue, May 28, 2013
by Crowe & Dunlevy