- Indian Nations Archives--How to Build a Tribal Legal History
- Using Your Tribal Values to develop an Elder Protection Code
Workbook that provides a step-by-step process to native communities to develop an elder protection code.
- National American Indian Court Judges Association
- Native American Rights Fund
- National Congress of American Indians
- U.S. Department of Tribal Justice
- UNM Law Library American Indian Law Web Page
- Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
- Navajo Nation Bar Association
- The Rez We Live On
(Developed by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes)
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