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American Indian Law

American Indian Law research is complex and challenging. This guide covers U.S. statutes, tribal codes, case law, and secondary sources.

Special Topics in American Indian Law

American Indian Law is a diverse and wide-ranging subject covering many issues and topics. Below are sources meant to help with the most frequent and prevalent legal issues facing practitioners and researchers working in the field of Indigenous Law. The resources below are not comprehensive but provide solid starting places for further research and references. If there is a topic you would like more information about, please reach out to your local law librarian, or review the "research guide" section above, which provides links to other guides that may have more information regarding your topic. 


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