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CERM: Native American Law

Resources for beginning your research

General Resources

Indigenous Law Portal, Law Library of Congress.

Guide to Law Online, Law Library of Congress.

Indian Law News Bulletins, National Indian Law Library.

Tribal Law Gateway, National Indian Law Library.

National Native American Law Students Association (NNALSA).

National Native American Bar Association. (NNABA).

American Indian Law Review, University of Oklahoma College of Law 

American Indian and Alaskan Native Documents in the Congressional Serial Set: 1817-1899, University of Oklahoma College of Law.

 

Other good information

University of Washington, American Indian Studies has a good list of the tribes and nations of Washington State.  The Washington Indian Gaming Association sponsors washingtontribes.org where you may find different resources about the nations and tribes in the state.  Lt. Governor Denny Heck's web site also has information about the 29 federally recognized tribes in Washington State.  DSHS web site has this information along with links to tribal liaisons, the Aboriginal Handbook, and more!