A Navajo college in Arizona hopes to establish the country’s first tribal law school.

Officials at Diné College last month convened a two-day symposium of tribal law experts and Navajo leaders to discuss plans for the new school, which would be located at the college’s main campus in Tsaile, Arizona, on Navajo land near the New Mexico border.

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