This search engine searches all of the pages of the National Indian Law Library website including the following online resources from the Native American Rights Fund:
The online edition of A Practical Guide to the Indian Child Welfare Act
The Guide is intended to answer questions and provide a comprehensive resource of information on the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). Search just this collection at the online guide's homepage.
Indian Law Bulletins
A current awareness service of the National Indian Law Library. The Indian Law Bulletins provide succinct and timely information about new developments in Indian Law. The archived stories go back as far as 2001. Search just this collection at the Indian Law Bulletins page.
Tribal Law Materials
Find tribes' legal documents (incl. codes, constitutions, treaties, etc.) available from NILL. Search just this collection at the Tribal Law Gateway.
NARF Legal Review
The NARF Legal Review is published biannually and provides updates on NARF's cases and information on other timely Indian law topics. Archived back to 1998.
Other NARF websites that are not included in this search:
Native American Rights Fund Website
The NARF website features the issues and cases that NARF works on in the areas of preserving tribal existence, protecting tribal natural resources, promoting Native American human rights, holding governments accountable, and developing Indian Law. It also provides access to NARF's publications, annual reports, and organizational nonprofit financials. A separate search feature is available from the NARF website.
Tribal Supreme Court Project
The purpose of the Project is to strengthen tribal advocacy before the U.S. Supreme Court by developing new litigation strategies and coordinating tribal legal resources, and to ultimately improve the win-loss record of Indian tribes. Includes an on-line depository of briefs and opinions in all Indian law cases filed with the U.S. Supreme Court and overviews of Indian law cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. Search just this collection at the Project's website.
Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative (IPI)
The IPI suppports Native peoples in restoring and enhancing sustainable peacemaking practices by maintaining a collection of tribal peacemaking laws, facilitating training, engagin in advocacy, and providing technical assistance. Learn more at the IPI website.