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Jill J. Smith established her law practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico. For eighteen years she has represented a wide variety of clients in employment law, land use, environmental, public lands and water law, Indian law, tax-exempt organizations, and election and campaign finance law. Jill served as the Executive Director of New Mexico Conservation Voters Alliance, New Mexico Conservation Education Fund, and Washington Wilderness Coalition. Most recently, Jill served as in-house counsel for the Pueblo of Sandia in New Mexico. Jill was formerly Legal Director for Futurewise, a land use watchdog organization in Seattle. Jill is a graduate of Vermont Law School, where she won the Academic Excellence Award for Natural Resources Law, and top honors in Federal Indian Law. Now She is one of the pre-eminent foreclosure defense attorneys on the West Coast.
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