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Established in 1967, the American Indian Law Center, Inc. (AILC) is the oldest existing Indian-managed and Indian-operated legal and public policy organization in the country serving to strengthen, promote, and honor self-sustaining American Indian and Alaska Native communities through education, training, and leadership.
One way for tribal nations to exercise their sovereignty is to establish their laws and codes which govern their respective communities. This page provides links to tribes that list their own codes online.
The National Indian Law Library (NILL) online catalog contains all titles held in the NILL collection. Copies of most resources can be delivered to researchers in a timely way and often free of charge. The library catalog also provides links to many free resources that are available on the internet. While the NILL catalog is a good place to start with your research, please do not hesitate to contact us for research assistance.
The National Native American Law Students Association was founded in 1970 to support law students who are interested in the study of Federal Indian Law, Tribal Law, and traditional forms of governance. Through NNALSA, we increase the Native American law student population and promote indigenous legal issues that affect Native communities. We encourage Native Americans to pursue a legal education and advocate for tribal communities.