The Fletcher Team

The Fletcher Team


Zeke Fletcher

Zeke Fletcher is a citizen of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians in Peshawbestown Michigan. Zeke is well-versed in many areas of Indian law, and advises tribes and tribal entities regarding governmental matters, gaming, housing, fee-to-trust, tax, economic development and diversification, and inter-governmental agreements. Mr. Fletcher represents tribes and other tribal entities in all forums, such as federal, state, and tribal court in litigation and in administrative proceedings. He has presented at several Indian law conferences and has written law review articles on various topics of federal Indian law including “De Facto Judicial Preemption of Tribal Labor and Employment Laws,” 2008 Mich. St. L. Rev. 435, “Negotiating Meaningful Concessions from States in Gaming Compacts to Further Tribal Economic Development: Satisfying the Economic Benefits Test, 54 South Dakota Law Review 419 (2009); and published “Indian Gaming and Tribal Self- Determination: Reconsidering the 1993 Tribal-State Gaming Compacts” in the Michigan Bar Journal, 89 Mich. B.J. Feb. 2010.

Prior to founding Fletcher, PLLC, Zeke worked as an in-house attorney for the Grand Traverse Band, for a large well-known Michigan law firm based out of Detroit, Michigan, and operated the Michigan office for a well respected Indian law firm based out of Chandler, Arizona.


University of Wisconsin - Madison
J.D. (2006)

University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
B.A. in Political Science (2003)

Admitted to Practice

State Courts

State of Michigan
State of Wisconsin

Tribal Courts

Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Potawatomi Indians
Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians
Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
Ponca Tribe of Nebraska
Tonkawa Tribe of Oklahoma
Nottawaseppi Band of the Huron Potawatomi

Federal Courts

Western District of Michigan
Eastern District of Michigan
Western District of Wisconsin
Eastern District of Wisconsin



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