Adela M. Duran
Santa Fe native Adela M. Duran handles the majority of the firm's government relations work. Ms. Duran has been lobbying in New Mexico for over 18 years, and her efforts are currently focused on the uranium mining industry. She has also lobbied in the past on behalf of alcohol, tobacco, health, racing, funeral, and telecommunications industries, as well as Native American and non-profit entities. In addition to lobbying, Ms. Duran has practiced in the areas of mining, personal injury, estate planning, and divorce law. She has also represented clients in landlord/tenant and immigration issues.
While in law school, Ms. Duran interned in the New Mexico Attorney General's Office. She participated in the UNM School of Law NAFTA exchange program in Guanajuato, Mexico and was a member of the Mexican American Law Student Association (MALSA). Ms. Duran received a Dean's Award and Clinical Honors.
- State Bar of New Mexico
- New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association
- Hispanic National Bar Association
- Chamber of the Americas (Board Member)
Caitlin Craft Dupuis
As an associate with Comeau, Maldegen, Templeman & Indall, LLP, Ms. Dupuis practices primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, appeals, administrative law and natural resources. Before joining the firm, Ms. Dupuis spent two years clerking for New Mexico Supreme Court Chief Justice Barbara J. Vigil.
- J.D., University of New Mexico School of Law (2013)
- B.A. University of New Mexico (2009)