Enrolled member of the Chippewa-Cree Tribe, Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation.
Admitted to the Oklahoma Bar (2018)
Mr. Rosette is admitted to practice law only in the State of Oklahoma. His practice is limited to federal Indian law, Tribal Courts and federal law.
Mr. Rosette is dedicated to serving tribal regulatory commissions and tribal energy projects.
Prior to joining Rosette, LLP in August 2017, Mr. Rosette graduated from Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University where he studied federal Indian law and developed a keen understanding of both the law and the pressing issues facing Indian country today. During law school, Mr. Rosette was a member and active participant of the Native American Law Student Association (“NALSA”). Mr. Rosette competed in the National NALSA Moot Court Competition where he was responsible for writing a brief and conducting an oral argument. Additionally, Mr. Rosette was a member of the Law Society for Human Rights (“LSHR”). Mr. Rosette traveled with LSHR to Panama to work in indigent communities assisting Panamanian attorneys with providing legal advice for wills, divorce, marriage, and property issues.
Mr. Rosette gained significant experience while interning at the Jicarilla Apache Oil & Gas Administration where he assisted with regulatory compliance, leases, and various energy related research projects. Additionally, Mr. Rosette was an intern at the Bureau of Indian Affairs – Office of Indian Gaming where he assisted with reviewing compacts, drafting decision letters, and research projects on the federal policies of Indian gaming.
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Juris Doctor, Highest Pro Bono Distinction (2017)
Arizona State University; B.S., American Indian Studies; Minor, Religious Studies; Minor, Business; Summa Cum Laude (2014)
Dean’s Recruitment Scholarship – Indian Legal Program
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean’s List Fall 2010 – Spring 2014
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