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Website of the Week for December 5, 2005

Cheryl Nyberg, editor

Website of the Week Archive


National Tribal Justice Resource Center,

Self-described as the "largest and most comprehensive site dedicated to tribal justice systems, personnel and tribal law," the Center is indeed a top site for researchers interested in Native American law. The National American Indian Court Judges Association is its sponsor.

The site includes:

  • searchable directories of tribal constitutions, codes, and bylaws
  • a searchable directory of tribal courts
  • a searchable collection of nearly 2000 tribal court opinions (also available to law students via VersusLaw)
  • an exhaustive list of publications

For additional information on conducting research in Indian law, see the Library's guide on Indian Legal Research. We have also indexed the proceedings of the University of Washington Law School's annual Indian Law symposia and conferences.

2008, M.G. Gallagher Law Library, University of Washington