"It was a humbling experience to appear before the justices today and join the ranks of those attorneys admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States,” Quint said.
Joined by NNWO Executive Director Clara Pratte and Drinker Biddle attorney Paul Moorehead, Quint took the oath along with several newly admitted bar members on the first day of oral arguments for the fall session.
"We are extremely proud knowing one of our own is now admitted to argue before the high court. We commend Brian's service to the Navajo people," said NNWO Executive Director Clara Pratte.
Quint serves as a legislative affairs associate and handles education and public safety issues.
Prior to joining the NNWO, Quint was an attorney at the Navajo Nation Office of Legislative Counsel where advised and provided legal services to the Navajo Nation Council and its Standing Committees during the 21st Navajo Nation Council; and the Health, Education and Human Services, and Law and Order Committees during the current Navajo Nation Council.
Prior to his work at the Office of Legislative Counsel, he spent four years working for DNA-Peoples’ Legal Services, Inc. as a Managing Attorney at the Hopi/Keams Canyon and Tuba City Offices, providing legal services and representation to low-income and vulnerable populations. He is licensed to practice law in Arizona, the Navajo Nation, and before the Hopi Tribal Courts.