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"The Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Indian Legal Program of Arizona State University was established in 1988 to provide legal education, scholarship, and public service to tribal governments. It was designed to help train Indian lawyers and promote an understanding of the differences between the legal systems of Indian Nations and the United States. The program has become one of the best in the nation, educating students in Indian law and providing students with practical work experience."

Author: Robert N. Clinton is a law professor at Arizona State University.

Related Categories: Tribal Law/Courts | Arizona State University | Law Professor

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