515 N. Ho-Chunk Plaza, Ste. A
Winnebago, NE 68071
Enrolled Member Muscogee (Creek) Nation and Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Briar Cliff University (B.A. 2017)
Juris Doctor, Creighton University School of Law (J.D. 2020)
Nebraska; Winnebago Tribal Court; Mandan, Hidatsa & Arikara Nation – Fort Berthold District Court
PRIOR LEGAL EXPERIENCE
Legal Extern, Legal Aid of Nebraska (2019-2020); Senior Certified Law Student, Milton R. Abrahams Legal Clinic (2019); Law Clerk, Native American Rights Fund (2019); Legal Intern, Ho-Chunk, Inc. (2018); Legal Secretary, Fredericks Peebles & Morgan LLP (2012-2017)
ASSOCIATIONS AND HONORS
Nebraska Bar Association; Nebraska State Bar Indian Law Section; National Native American Bar Association; Federal Bar Association; Francis M. Ryan Diversity Scholarship Recipient; Jackson Lewis Diversity Scholarship; CALI Award Recipient for Highest Scoring Student in Federal Courts.
Ms. Snowball’s practice is focused on assisting tribes, tribal members, and tribal entities in various transactional matters, including intellectual property, government contracting, and federal regulation compliance issues. She is interested in increasing her work in government contracting, and expanding her practice into the area of New Markets Tax Credits. During her time clerking for the Native American Rights Fund, Ms. Snowball wrote numerous research memoranda in areas such as state constitution interpretation and complex federal civil procedure issues to aid her supervising attorneys in various stages of litigation which affected Indian Country nationwide.
While in law school, Ms. Snowball worked for a tribal economic development corporation doing research and reporting on corporate compliance issues. Ms. Snowball also gained leadership experience while serving as Treasurer for the National Native American Law Students Association in her third year and as the Area 8 Representative during her second year of law school.