Cindy slips and injures herself in a Navajo-owned restaurant on tribal land. Can she sue the owners in Arizona state court? What legal remedies does Cindy have?

Questions like these, once the exclusive domain of Indian law specialists, are now fair game on New Mexico Bar exams. Law students in other Western states could soon find themselves confronted by similar questions on their bar exams, too.

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