Indian Law Reporter: Tribal Court Cases Index

Current through: Volume 40, No. 12 (December 2013)

The Indian Law Reporter (ILR) was a publication of the American Indian Lawyer Training Program and ceased publication with Volume 40 (2013). While each volume had its own subject index, the publisher did not provide a cumulative index to all of the volumes. Because it is cumbersome to search each year's index separately, the National Indian Law Library (NILL) created this cumulative index of only the tribal court opinions for all volumes of the ILR.

Below is a subject index to all of the tribal court cases in the Indian Law Reporter. (Please note that the ILR did not include tribal court cases until volume ten.)  The top-tier subject terms were developed by NILL to reflect and capture the subject headings of the publishers of the ILR. Please advise the NILL staff if any errors are found.

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Attorney Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Civil Litigation

Civil Rights

Commercial, Banking, and Corporate Law

Contracts Law

Criminal Law

Customs, Traditions, History, and Culture

Cyberspace and Telecommunications Law


Enrollment and Tribal Membership

Environmental and Natural Resources Management Law

Family Law

Federal  Tribal Relations and Intergovernmental Law


Health and Safety

Housing, Utilities, and Zoning

Injury and Tort Law

Jurisdiction and Procedure


Labor and Employment



Traffic / Motor Vehicle

Tribal Courts

Tribal Government and Administration

Tribal Lands

Tribal Law

Tribal Sovereignty and Sovereign Immunity

Wills, Trusts, Estates and Probate