Native Peoples Law Caucus
The aim of the Native Peoples Law Caucus is to provide a forum in which Native law and other issues that impact Indigenous Peoples worldwide can be discussed, ideas shared, information exchanged, and education offered. The Caucus encourages and facilitates the analysis, cataloging, collection, dissemination, management, organization, and preservation of Native law in accordance with cultural tradition.
Part of the American Association of Law Libraries
Selected Native American Law Web Sites:
National Indian Law Library (Native American Rights Fund)
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Recent news / Upcoming Events:
Recently published: Celebrating Diversity: A Legacy of Minority Leadership in AALL. This book is no. 71 in the AALL Publication Series, published by Hein, and all royalties from the publication will be contributed to the AALL and Thomson West George A. Strait Minority Scholarship Endowment Fund. Read more: Flyer | W.S. Hein website
Resources From Caucus Members:
"Indian Nations Archives: How to Build a Tribal Legal History" -- Nancy Carol Carter, University of San Diego School of Law, with support from an American Association of Law Libraries Lexis/Nexis Research Grant.
Laws of Tribes:
"Creating a Native American Surplus Book Bank" (Gift Books for Tribal Courts) -- Kris Proskus; PowerPoint presentation presented in San Antonio, Monday, July 18, 2005: Gift Books for Tribal Courts. (This copy of the presentation is offered in PDF format.)