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This month, the Washington state and South Dakota bar exams will test for federal Indian law, following in the foot steps of New Mexico, which was the first state to test the subject area in October 2006. Bar exam officials in Arizona, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Montana, Idaho and Oregon are also discussing whether to test the subject. “Because of their training and preparation for the exam, today’s lawyers will be better equipped to respond to the increasing integration of Tribes into the economic life of Washington state,” said Brian Cladoosby, Swinomish tribal chairman and president of the Association of Washington Tribes. “Their clients will be the real beneficiaries of this big step forward.”

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