Carrie Doyle’s practice focuses on federal Indian law, employment matters, and civil litigation. As a member of the firm’s Indian law practice group, Carrie represents tribal and tribal-partner clients in matters of national Indian law, including as outside general counsel to tribal governments and their agencies. She provides advice on legislative, executive, and judicial action, federal and tribal regulatory compliance, employment law, contracting, and economic development, including Indian gaming. She practices before tribal, state, and federal courts and administrative bodies.
As a member of the Firm’s employment law practice group, Carrie counsels Indian tribes, tribal entities, other governmental entities, and companies on employment matters, including assisting clients with policy implementation and employee handbooks; contract drafting and negotiations regarding employee separations, non-competition and non-solicitation, and non-disclosure; and administrative complaint processes.
Carrie is also a general civil litigator for the firm, where she represents clients at the trial and appellate level in commercial and public entity defense litigation in state and federal court.
Carrie graduated from the University of Colorado Law School where she earned an Indian Law Certificate with Honors. Throughout her time in law school, she was a research assistant to Charles Wilkinson on his pathbreaking history of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, The People Are Dancing Again. After law school, Carrie clerked for the Honorable John R. Webb of the Colorado Court of Appeals. Carrie holds an MA in American History with a focus on the American West, and prior to being a lawyer, she was a high school history teacher. In her spare time, Carrie enjoys riding bikes with her husband and two daughters.
The Honorable John R. Webb, Colorado Court of Appeals - September 2009 - August 2010