In the 2008 issue of Southwest Super Lawyers, we profiled Albuquerque-based attorney Paul Frye, who practices Native American law. He’s spent his career representing the Navajo Nation against government misconduct. An excerpt:
In 1983, Frye fought for Navajo landowners who lost their property in exchanges facilitated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. He settled a case in 1997 that gave Navajos–not the U.S. government–rights to the minerals underneath their allotted lands. The government was found to have intentionally obstructed justice, he says.
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