Bob Rosebrough, Senior Attorney
Mr. Rosebrough has practiced law in New Mexico for 30 years. His primary areas of practice are employment law, business law and estate planning. He has developed a liability reduction program named Legal Safety 1st that helps business owners prevent employment related lawsuits and claims through a menu of customized kits and packages.
Raised in Farmington, New Mexico, Bob graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1975 (B.U.S. in Political Science and Economics) and in 1978 (J.D. - Dean's List and Honor Roll). Bob has an extensive record of public service. He recently completed terms as Mayor of Gallup and as a member of the New Mexico First board of directors. As Mayor, Bob helped negotiate a consent decree for the City of Gallup with the U.S. Department of Justice for employment practices of the City that preceded his term in office.
Bob is an author and avid outdoorsman. He has written a mountaineering guide to the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado and co-authored a hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing guide to the Gallup area. Tony Hillerman included Bob, by name, as a character in his best-selling novel, The Fallen Man after he helped Hillerman with the rock climbing portions of the plot. Bob is married and has four children.
Jennifer Henry, Attorney
Jennifer Henry is licensed to practice law in New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and the Navajo Nation. She has practiced in the Navajo Nation and New Mexico for more than 10 years, working for the Navajo Nation Judicial Branch, the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission and in her own family and civil law firm. Jenn’s areas of practice include corporate formation and representation, mediation, settlement facilitation, real estate transactions, estate planning/ administration and adoption.
Born in Chicago, Jennifer moved with her family throughout Europe and the United States during her childhood. After completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Chicago, Jennifer earned her J.D. from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She serves on the Navajo Nation Bar Association (NNBA) Board of Bar Commissioners, and has chaired the NNBA Training Committee and Rules Committee.
In her spare time, Jenn teaches and writes; she believes that teaching others about the law provides greater access to justice. She is a National Institute of Trial Advocacy faculty member, established pro se clinics in the Window Rock Judicial District, and regularly provides continuing legal education for the Navajo Nation Bar Association. Before becoming an attorney, Jennifer co-authored articles published in the Journal of Memory and Language, and Psychological Science.
Jenn and her husband live in St. Michaels, Arizona.
Karla Rivera, Bookkeeper
Karla was born and raised in Gallup, NM and graduated from Gallup High School in 2006. She has been with the firm for many years doing various tasks, but started working full-time in 2006 after graduating. She is currently working towards her A.A.S degree in Accounting at the University of New Mexico - Gallup. Karla enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Wilhelmina Yazzie, Legal Assistant
Wilhelmina was born in Crownpoint and raised in Casamero Lake, both located on the Navajo Nation. She graduated from Thoreau High School in 1997 and recently graduated from the University of New Mexico-Gallup Branch receiving two A.A.S. degrees in Legal Assistant and Tribal Court Advocate. She is currently attending the University of New Mexico-Main Campus for her Bachelor of University Studies degree. She is an apprentice working towards becoming a Tribal Legal Advocate and admission to the Navajo Nation Bar. Wil is passionate about her Navajo culture and traditions and is also fluent in the Navajo language. Wilhelmina has one son, Xavier, and one step-son, Reece, who she loves watching and coaching in all of their sports, along with her significant other. She also enjoys spending time with her extended family and friends.