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Aidan Graybill

Associate Attorney

Aidan Graybill

Associate Attorney

Ms. Graybill recently joined the Denver office as an associate attorney. Prior to joining the firm, she worked as a Public Rights Project/Justice Catalyst Affirmative Litigation Fellow for the Navajo Nation Department of Justice in the Litigation Unit, where she assisted in state and federal and Supreme Court litigation projects. Ms. Graybill is a member of the Wyandot Nation of Kansas.

Ms. Graybill attended the University of Kansas, earning a J.D. and M.A. in Indigenous Studies. While pursuing her education, Ms. Graybill worked for the administrative and judicial branches of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation, as well as a private law firm servicing tribal governments and tribal businesses. Additionally, she worked for the Indigenous Art Curator at the University of Kansas Spencer Museum of Art, highlighting historical and contemporary Indigenous artists and their works through programming and exhibits. Ms. Graybill also participated in the University of Kansas's Tribal Judicial Support Clinic, the National Native American Law Students Association Moot Court Competition, and served on the Board of the National Native American Law Students Association.


  • State Bar of Arizona


  • University of Kansas School of Law (J.D., Tribal Lawyer Certificate 2021)

  • University of Kansas College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (M.A. Indigenous Studies 2021)

  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln (B.A. 2017)

Prior Legal Experience

  • Affirmative Litigation Fellow, Navajo Nation Department of Justice, 2021-2022; Native American Law Practice Group Intern, Procopio, Corey, Hargreaves & Savitch, LLP, 2020-2021; Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Extern, Tribal Judicial Support Clinic, 2019-2020

  • Associations, Volunteer Experience, and/or Teaching Positions

  • State Bar of Arizona Indian Law Section; Federal Bar Association

  • National Native American Law Students Association Board Member, 2020-2021; Indigenous Economics Student Seminar at Stanford University, 2020-2021; University of Kansas Native American Law Students Association Chapter President, 2019-2020