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Listed below are periodicals, including law journals, law reviews and online news sites, that are aimed at Native American Indian law topics. Of course, any legal periodical may cover Indian law topics, but the listed titles have a sole focus. In addition to the periodicals listed below, the researcher should also check indexes to legal periodicals and databases of legal periodical articles such as LegalTrac, HeinOnline, Lexis (username and password required) and Westlaw (username and password required). Some listed periodicals are found in the Marquette University Eckstein Law Library collection, while others may be accessed online.
American Indian Law Review by
Call Number: Periodicals
Publication Date: 1973-
The law review is published biannually and was first produced in 1973. The review publishes articles by authorities on American Indian legal and cultural issues, student notes and comments, addresses and recent developments in Indian law.
HeinOnline (connect from catalog record)
University of Oklahoma College of Law
Indian Law Bulletin by
The bulletin summarizes and provides links to recent court decisions, federal legislation and regulations, news, and law review articles.
This is an online news site for issues affecting Native American Indians. The news items may include legal topics.
NARF Legal Review by
This Native American Rights Fund Legal Review is published biannually and provides information on cases and Indian law topics. Available online beginning in 1998. For earlier material, contact the National Indian Law Library.
Tribal Courts Bulletin by
Bulletin features selected tribal court opinions of value to Indian la practitioners, educators and students.
Tribal Law Journal [electronic resource] by
Publication Date: 2000-
The journal's purpose is the promotion of indigenous self-determination through the discussion of the tribal law of indigenous nations. The contributions include, but are not limited to, tribal court case comments, reflections on tribal systems, the development of tribal law, the value of tribal law, interviews and teachings.
Available on HeinOnline (connect from catalog record) and the University of New Mexico School of Law