Lorraine has been practicing law since 1994. Lorraine’s professional experience includes reported cases Manning v Mining and Minerals Division, 90 p. 3d 506 (N.M. App 2004) and Gallup Westside Development, LLC v City of Gallup, 84 p. 3d 78 (N.M. App 2003) Tecolote
Authorships include “Lucas v South Caroline Coastal Commission: A New Approach to the Takings Issue” Case note, Natural Resources Journal, Vol. 324, No. 2 Spring 1994
Lorraine’s areas of practice include Environmental and Commercial Litigation
Jeanne has been practicing law since 1995. Jeanne began her law career with Dolan & Domenici, P.C. and has continued with Pete in Domenici Law Firm, P.C. Jeanne received her B.S.Ed. from the State University of New York College at Fredonia and her Juris Doctor from the City University of New York School of Law. Her areas of practice include Personal Injury, Divorce, Contract Law, Property, and Civil Litigation Collections. Jeanne has been a law instructor with the University of Phoenix since 2003.
Reed Easterwood graduated and received his J.D. from the UNMSL in 2008, where he also received a specialization in Indian Law, and was also a manuscript editor of the prestigious UNM Law Review (2006-2008). Reed also has a scholarly article published in Volume 38 of the New Mexico Law Review. See Indian Self-Determination: The Federal Government, New Mexico and Tribes in the Wake of Cheromiah, 38 N.M. L. REV. (Spring 2008). In addition to working for the Domenici Law Firm as a law clerk since 2006, Reed is also licensed to practice law in the state of Oregon.