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IPLP Resource Guide: American Indian Law



These ebooks are available on campus or with your University of Arizona NetID:


The following is a selected list of law reviews and finding aids. Refer to our LibGuide Legal and Academic Journals for additional tips.

American Indian Law Review 

Published by the University of Oklahoma College of Law, this law review focuses legal scholarship on "Native Americans and indigenous people worldwide." Archive of issues (2013-present) on the law review's website. UA community may access full archive on HeinOnline. UA Law community may access on Westlaw and Lexis. 

Tribal Law Journal 

Published on-line by the University of New Mexico School of Law, this journal focuses on internal indigenous law, especially "tribal court case comments, reflections on tribal systems, the development of tribal law, the value of tribal law, interviews, and teachings." Full archive on website.

NARF Legal Review 

A biannual newsletter with updates on Native American Rights Fund (NARF) cases and other topics on Indian law. Full archive of issues (1972 - present) available on NARF website.

Tribal Court Clearinghouse - Indian Law Reviews

Tribal Court Clearinghouse selective bibliography of articles and papers on the topic of Indian law with descriptions and links to source material.

Indian Law Bulletin - Law Review and Bar Journal Articles

The National Indian Law Library selects articles for a monthly bulletin of citations to articles published in law reviews and bar journals on the topic of Indian law. Access the current year's bulletins or the archive (2003 - past year).

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These ebooks are available on campus or with your University of Arizona NetID:

Available on Westlaw ONLY

The law library has prior editions in print. The most current edition is only available to UA Law students, faculty, and staff with Westlaw accounts.