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David Garelick

Corporate Relations Officer

David Garelick has been working as a lawyer in Indian Country since 1998 and became corporate relations officer with the Indian Land Tenure Foundation in 2013.

Before joining ILTF, Garelick served as the regional supervisor for the Upper Great Plains during the claims processing phase of the historic class action lawsuit, Keepseagle v. Vilsack, in which over $42 million was paid out to Native American ranchers and farmers in the region for their claims of discrimination. Prior to Keepseagle, Garelick was an associate attorney at Larry Leventhal & Associates, a firm known for its Indian law practice and civil rights litigation. He has represented tribal governments, business entities, and tribal members in diverse matters on 16 different reservations.

Garelick’s corporate experience includes 10 years of managing national sales efforts as director of the home healthcare products division of Garelick Manufacturing. He holds a bachelor of arts in English Literature from Bennington College and a J.D. from the William Mitchell College of Law.

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