Aubrey A. Seffernick represents businesses in highly regulated industries with their transactional, hospitality, regulatory, and public policy needs as part of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn's government and regulatory affairs practice team. Aubrey is also a member of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s tribal practice team, working with Northwest Native American tribes and organizations on gaming, regulatory affairs, tax, licensing, and economic development issues. Aubrey’s practice also includes franchise law, general business, and administrative law.
Aubrey also serves as the Chair of the Washington State Bar Association Indian Law Section and is Vice President of the Neighborhood House Board of Trustees.
Before joining the firm, she served as an extern for the Honorable Thomas S. Zilly, U.S. District Court, Seattle, Washington. Aubrey also worked as a legal assistant for the King County Bar Association’s Housing Justice Project.
Aubrey is a frequent contributor to Miller Nash Graham & Dunn's Native American law blog, nativeamericanlawfocus.com.