J.D., Louisiana State University
Diploma, Comparative Law, University of Paris
B.A., Louisiana State University
Harry R. Sachse is a partner at Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson & Perry in Washington, D.C. Before that he was an assistant to the Solicitor General of the United States and as such argued 10 cases in the Supreme Court, eight of which concerned Indian Affairs. Those cases included Morton v. Mancari, the major case holding recognition of native rights not to be a matter of race, but the original owners of the soil. Previously, he had been an assistant general counsel of the Agency for International Development, in the Near East South Asia Department, and taught law at Tulane Law School, in New Orleans. As an adjunct professor he has taught Indian Law and Supreme Court Practice at the University of Virginia and Indian Law at Harvard Law School.
He graduated with a B.A. and J. D. from Louisiana State University, and has a Diploma in Comparative Law from the University of Paris.