Darcie Houck (USA) joined Fredericks Peebles & Morgan LLP in 2005 and became a partner in 2007. She holds a J.D. (1998), M.S. (1998) and B.A. (1994) from the University of California, Davis, and a Land Use and Environmental Planning Certificate. Darcie represents Indian tribes in the United States on a wide range of issues including environmental and resource protection, nuclear regulatory proceedings, water rights, land claims, energy development, tribal governance, cultural resource protection, coastal marine spatial planning and sovereignty/human rights matters. She works with Tribal governmental entities facing critical decisions on how to utilise resources to promote economic development, protect the environment and preserve the social and cultural structure of the communities impacted by these decisions. Darcie is of Mohawk and Ottawa heritage. She became a member of the GDF U.S. Board of Directors in 2016.