Mr. Batson is the Government Lawyer in Residence at the Government Law Center of Albany Law School where he teaches Federal Indian Law. He served in various legal positions in New York State government between 1976 and 2003 where he specialized in municipal law, administrative law and government regulation. From 1978 to 1995 he served as liaison between New York State and the governments of various Indian nations, and represented the State in negotiations on many issues, including land claims and gaming compacts.
Robert C. Batson, Esq. '75,
Government Lawyer in Residence, Government Law Center, Albany Law School