2016 NABA-AZ Toy & Food Drive

This year, NABA-AZ partnered three non-profits centers to serve the Native community throughout the state. Our partners were: 1) Native Health in the Phoenix metropolitan area, 2) the Tucson Indian Center, and 3) Native Americans for Community Action in Flagstaff.

Your generosity and donations were very appreciated!

NABA-AZ wishes all of its members and supporters a happy holiday season and wonderful new year to come.

Holiday Toy Drive & Mixer



Thursday, December 17, 2015
5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Rothstein Law Firm
80 E. Rio Salado Parkway, Suite 710
Tempe, Arizona 85281



To celebrate NABA-AZ’s Annual Toy and Food Drive and the holidays, NABA-AZ hosted a Holiday Mixer on Thursday, December 17, 2015.




NABA-AZ Annual Luncheon 2014



Thursday, 12 June 2014

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse-Tucson
6360 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, Arizona 85718


Alfred Urbina, Chief Prosecutor Pascua Yaqui
Amanda Lomayesva, Attorney General PYT
Fred Lomayesva, Prosecutor PYT

Implementation of Tribal Violence Against Women Act, Non-Indian Jurisdiction, Lawyers in Arizona working for Arizona tribes are on the front lines of protecting families and tribal communities. The panel shared the history of this recent legislation and challenges to implementation. Despite challenges, Pascua Yaqui has been able to begin protecting their tribal community with the new enforcement availability.
The Panel also discussed recent cases involving VAWA for tribes.

NABA-AZ General Membership Strategy Session



Thursday, 16 May 2013

Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
1100 S Mcallister Ave
Tempe, Arizona 85287

The NABA-AZ Board invited its membership and prospective members to a General Membership Strategy Meeting where members and prospective members could learn about the goals, mission, programs, and structure of the organization and the value of being a NABA-AZ member. It also provided a forum where members could provide their input and recommend services and benefits they would like to see from NABA-AZ.