The American Indian Ritual Object Repatriation Foundation donated its collection of online resources to NARF. Those resources are available at the National Indian Law Library's research guide on repatriation and reburial.
On June 29, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, overturned the long-held understanding that states do not have authority to prosecute non-Indians
Landmark Indian Law Cases focuses on a core set of Indian law cases from the U.S. Supreme Court that provide the legal framework for fundamental Indian law topics.
A comprehensive overview of the law governing labor and employment relations in Indian country, a growing, controversial, and complex area of law.
Find resources and information related to the census, redistricting, voter services, reservation registration and polling places, addressing and ballots, Section 203 language assistance, voting rights legislation, and litigation.
We are committed to the well-being of Native American children and their families. To that end, we have created a website of resources related to the welfare of our youngest tribal citizens.
On the Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative website you can find traditional dispute resolution news, events, publications, and profiles along with tribal models for peacemaking initiatives.
The Tribal Supreme Court Project website (https://sct.narf.org/) provides resources for tribal advocates appearing before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Students and advocates looking to change narrow graduation dress codes can find resources on our page Wearing Eagle Feathers and Regalia at Graduation.
Released in 2020 and updated in 2021, Obstacles at Every Turn provides detailed evidence that Native people face obstacles at every turn in the electoral process: from