THOMAS P. SCHLOSSER
Firm Director / Partner
Tom Schlosser has been a Principal Attorney for MSJS since 1986. He represents Tribes in fisheries, timber, water, energy, cultural resources, contracting, tax and federal breach of trust, and he specializes in federal litigation, natural resources, and Indian tribal property issues. He is also frequently involved in tribal economic development and environmental regulation. In 1970s, Tom represented tribes in the Stevens’ Treaty Puget Sound fishing rights proceedings. He is a founding member of the Indian Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association and also served on the WSBA Bar Examiners Committee. Tom is a frequent CLE speaker, moderator for an American Indian Law discussion group, and part‑time lecturer at the University of Washington School of Law and Seattle University School of Law.