Indian Law Portal
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Historical Timeline with Sources
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The purpose of the Indian Law Portal is to provide subject materials that support the curriculum of the ASU College of Law Indian Legal Program and the Indian legal community. The portal benefits users by providing access to comprehensive and authoritative materials. Ross-Blakley law librarians have selected the best resources for you from the thousands available.
The portal links to electronic and print resources and brings together in one place many legal and interdisciplinary resources that the University purchases for its students and faculty, including databases, indexes, full text electronic journals, authoritative websites, and print resources. The portal also provides some unique resources created specifically for American Indian law researchers, including a chart on Arizona Tribal Law Sources, compiled legislative histories for selected important laws related to Native Americans, and an historical timeline that links to primary legal documents.
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