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Online Indian Law Resources

Developed by Lacey Peterson, former intern, and Lupe Ceballos, attorney at the Seattle University School of Law Center for Indian Law and Policy

Washington State’s Federally Recognized Tribes A-Z

*Note, many of the tribal codes not available through the tribe's website may be available online via the National Indian Law Library. However, the codes present on the NILL website may be out of date. Before relying upon such codes, make sure to check with the applicable tribe to ensure your information is accurate. Also, even though a tribe's website does not have a link to its code, it may still provide other highly relevant and important information in the area of Indian law.

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