Veronique Richardson holds a JD degree and Certificate in Indian Law from the University Of New Mexico School Of Law and a BA in Ethnic Studies and Native American Studies from the University of California at Berkeley. Veronique is a member of the Pueblo of Laguna. Before joining Barnhouse Keegan Solimon & West LLP, she was a staff attorney at New Mexico Legal Aid, Inc., Native American Program where she provided legal services and representation for low income New Mexicans and Native Americans regarding federal Indian law and tribal law matters.
Veronique is now a senior attorney at Barnhouse Keegan Solimon & West and as part of Veronique’s legal career she has been and continues to remain committed to serving the larger Native American community as well as her community at the Pueblo of Laguna. Veronique specializes in civil Federal Indian and tribal law and has developed a new specialty which includes being a mother to a rambunctious little boy.