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A Legal Practitioner’s Guide to Indian and Tribal Law Research
Kelly Kunsch, A Legal Practitioner's Guide to Indian and Tribal Law Research, American Indian Law Journal, Vol. 5 : Iss. 1, Article 2. (2017).
Tribal Remedies, Exhaustion, and State Courts
Pete Heidepriem, Tribal Remedies, Exhaustion, and State Courts, 44 Am. Indian L. Rev. 241, 241 (2020). Available on Westlaw.
The Other American Law
Elizabeth A. Reese, The Other American Law, 73 Stanford Law Review 555 (2021).
Cohen's Handbook of Federal Indian Law by
Publication Date: 2012-06-01
The definitive guide to federal Indian law. Focuses on the relationship between tribes, the states and the federal government within the context of civil and criminal jurisdiction, as well as areas of resource management and government structure. For additional topics and further history see the 2012 Edition
American Indian Law Deskbook
Easy to read handbook on Indian law. Chapter authors are experienced state lawyers with significant Indian law experience.
Environmental Law in Indian Country
In-depth tribal caselaw analysis of environmental work by 562 Indian tribes. Covers the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Endangered Species Act, and the Wilderness Act. Uses Indian and tribal cases to illustrate points of NEPA doctrine as it exists in the broader field of Indian law. Text is available on Westlaw.