Attorney General Klint Cowan
Klint Cowan is a civil litigator who practices in the fields of federal Indian law, gaming, election law, and finance.
Cowan has handled numerous gaming law matters and has represented clients before federal agencies such as the National Indian Gaming Commission and the Office of Indian Gaming.
He works with tribal entities to procure financing for gaming facilities and related developments through various methods including tax-exempt bond issuance, vendor financing, and bank loans.
With a solid grasp of tribal laws, Cowan has assisted various vendors in conducting business with federally recognized Indian tribes.
KLINT A. COWAN
Oklahoma City Office
100 N. Broadway, Suite 1700
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-9211
T (405) 232-0621
F (405) 232-9659
ARTICLE VII: ATTORNEY GENERAL
Attorney General. There shall be an office of Attorney General. The Attorney General shall be a member in good standing of the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States, or of any United States Court of Appeals, or of any District Court of the United States, or a member in good standing of the bar of the highest court of any state of the United States and need not be a citizen of the Kaw Nation. The Attorney General shall represent the Kaw Nation in all criminal cases in the courts of the Kaw Nation, and in all civil actions wherein the Kaw Nation is a party, and shall provide an opinion as to the constitutionality of laws at the request of the Chair, Tribal Council, or General Council, and shall have such other duties as may be prescribed by legislation and approved by the General Council. When the Attorney General position is vacant the Tribal Council shall present three (3) candidates for Attorney General to the General Council who shall select one for a term of three (3) years. The Attorney General shall be authorized to designate such prosecutors and other assistants that are necessary to carry out the duties of the office, and the Attorney General may only be removed from office in accordance with Article XI, Section 3, of this Constitution.