James D. Griffith, Attorney at Law
Mangum, Wall, Stoops & Warden, P.L.L.C.
  • ​Indian Law and Tribal Law
  • Education Law
  • Municipal Law
  • Business Law and Litigation


James D. Griffith provides legal services to tribally controlled grant schools, school districts, municipalities, businesses, and individuals. His practice focuses on effective solutions tailored to each client's specific needs. 

James D. Griffith, Associate Attorney

Mangum, Wall Stoops & Warden, P.L.L.C.

112 North Elden / P.O. Box 10

Flagstaff, Arizona 86002-0010

(928) 779-6951 / (800) 514-6064

Fax: (928) 773-1312

Bar Admissions

  • Arizona
  • U.S. District Court, Arizona
  • Hopi Tribe
  • Navajo Nation


  • J.D., Phoenix School of Law
    • Associate Justice, Judicial Council
    • Editor-in-Chief, Phoenix Law Review
  • ​B.A., Western Illinois University
    • ​Cross Country
    • President, Associated Students of History

Publications and Professional Activities

  • Tribal Jurisdictions and the Unauthorized Practice of Law, Ariz. Att’y, Mar. 2017, at 16-24.
  • The Model Tribal Secured Transactions Act: Self-Determination and Tribal Economic Development, Ariz. Att’y, July/Aug. 2014, at 34-38.
  • Claims "Arising Out of Contract" Under Arizona's Attorneys' Fees Statute: Fact Patterns in the Case Law, 2 Phoenix L. Rev. 311 (2009). 
  • Member, Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee, State Bar of Arizona, 2015-2018