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'Whatever Tribal Precedent There May Be': The (Un)Availability of Tribal Law


Bonnie J. Shucha


University of Wisconsin Law School

August 9, 2013

106 Law Library Journal 199 (2014)
Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1227

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This article explores the costs and benefits of publishing tribal law. Part I analyzes why tribal law is not more widely available; part II illustrates the benefits of making tribal law more accessible, and part III describes publication options for tribes. An appendix lists currently available tribal law collections.

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Keywords: Native Americans, Indians, Tribes, Indigenous Peoples, Legal Research

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Date posted: August 13, 2013 ; Last revised: September 8, 2014

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Shucha, Bonnie J., 'Whatever Tribal Precedent There May Be': The (Un)Availability of Tribal Law (August 9, 2013). Law Library Journal (Forthcoming); 106 Law Library Journal 199 (2014); Univ. of Wisconsin Legal Studies Research Paper No. 1227. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2308056 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2308056

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Bonnie J. Shucha (Contact Author)
University of Wisconsin Law School ( email )
975 Bascom Mall
Madison, WI 53706
United States
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