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American Indian Law Review
Published biannually by the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Includes articles by authorities on American Indian legal and cultural issues, student notes and comments, addresses by noted speakers, and recent developments of interest to tribal attorneys and scholars in Indian law. Also available on HeinOnline (on-campus or ASURITE), on Westlaw (password required), and on Lexis Advance (password required).

American Indian Quarterly
Originally produced by the Southwestern Indian Society and currently distributed by the University of Nebraska Press, American Indian Quarterly is available in print at ASU High Density Collection Stacks E75 .A547 (1974-2005) and online at ASU e-journals (1974-current).

American Indian Report
The American Indian Report is an online magazine published by the Falmouth Institute. It provides information on current news affecting American Indians, and has specific sections devoted to education, culture, health, government, and law. The Report is available in the Law Library or through ASU databases at E75 .A43. Print publication ceased with the March 2008 issue. Effective May 2008 email subscriptions are available free of charge at

Hayden journals E 51 .E8 and ASU e-journals (on-campus or ASURITE).

First Nations Gazette
The First Nations Gazette provides public notice of First Nation laws in Canada with the objective of enhancing the recognition of First Nation laws as well as reinforcing and improving those laws. It is published semi-annually. The Gazette is available in print at Law Indian Law KE7722 .T39 A15.

Indian Gaming
Hayden Labriola E 98 .G18 I53x.

Indian Law Reporter
The Indian Law Reporter is a print loose-leaf service, issued monthly, since 1974. It reports cases, usually in full-text, from federal, state, and tribal courts, as well as agency decisions. The Reporter is organized into eight sections: United States Supreme Court opinions and proceedings; United States Courts of Appeals opinions; United States District Court opinions; United States Court of Federal Claims; state court opinions; tribal court opinions; and miscellaneous proceedings, including U.S. Tax and Bankruptcy Court decisions, Interior Board of Indian Affairs decisions, and Interior Board of Land Appeals decisions. Each volume has a table of cases and topical index.

Indigenous Law Journal
The Indigenous Law Journal is a student-run legal journal at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law. The Journal publishes articles regarding Indigenous legal issues. Journal content from 2002 to the present is available via:

Indigenous Nations & Peoples Law
This eJournal from the Center for Indigenous Law, Governance & Citizenship at Syracuse University College of Law is available on the Social Science Research network (SSRN).

Indigenous Nations & Peoples Law Abstracts
Indigenous Nations & Peoples Law Abstracts sponsored by the Center for Indigenous Law, Governance & Citizenship at Syracuse University College of Law. A publication of the Legal Scholar Network on SSRN.

Indigenous Nations Journal
The Indigenous Nations Journal was published from 2000 to 2008 by the Global Indigenous Nations Studies Program at the University of Kansas. Journal content focused on issues in history, law, cultural studies, literature, and language as they relate to indigenous peoples and communities. The Journal is available in print at Hayden Labriola GN 380.I528.

Indigenous Policy Journal
The Indigenous Policy Journal is from the Indigenous Policy Network and publishes articles concerning Native American and international Indigenous affairs, issues, events, nations, and groups.

Native American Journals
From South Dakota State University’s Guide to American Indian Studies Research.

Native American Journals (pdf)
From Bowman Performance Consulting’s Indigenous Interest Links.

Native American Law - Law Reviews, Texts & Bar Journals
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Westlaw NAM-TP database containing documents that relate to peoples native to the United States, from law reviews, texts, American Jurisprudence 2d, CLE course materials, bar journals and legal practice-oriented periodicals.

Native American Report
Hayden Labriola E 93 .N276x.

Native American Rights Fund Legal Review
The Native American Rights Fund Legal Review is a newsletter published biannually by the Native American Rights Fund (NARF). The Legal Review reports on NARF’s programs and activities, as well as on legal developments relating to Indian law. The NARF Legal Review can be found in print at Law Indian Law KF8201.A3 A51

Native American Scholarly Journals & Series
From Stanford University’s Native American Studies Collections.

Native Americas
E75 .N396 and ASU e-journals (on-campus or ASURITE).

Tribal Law Journal
The goal of this University of New Mexico online journal is to provide a reliable forum for the discussion of internal indigenous law. Articles include tribal court case comments, reflections on tribal systems, the development of tribal law, the value of tribal law, interviews and teachings. Also available on LexisNexis (password required) and on HeinOnline (on-campus or ASURITE).

Wicazo sa Review
Hayden Labriola E 96 .W5.