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Native American Law: Getting Started

Research Guides

When you are researching a legal topic for the first time, a subject specific research guide is a good place to start.  Listed are several legal research guides from other law schools.

University of Tulsa College of Law Guides- Native American Law Web Sites 

Georgetown University Law Center Guide- Native American Law Research Guide 

University of Oklahoma Law Library Guide- Annotated Bibliography of Federal and Tribal Law

The guides below are focused on Native American resources in General

Michigan State University LibGuide- Native American Studies

Gallagher Law Library- Indian Law Research Guide  

Tribal Resources

Related Oklahoma City University Law Library Guides

Google Scholar Search

Google Scholar Search

American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States Wall Map

This map and several other demographic maps are available from the United States Census Bureau.

Source: https://www.census.gov/geo/maps-data/maps/aian_wall_maps.html

Turtle Talk Blog

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Let's Talk Native Pride Blog

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Oklahoma City University's American Indian Law and Sovereignty Center

Anadarko Indian Expo Parade Late 1940's Early 1950's

800 N. Harvey Oklahoma City, OK 73102 405.208.5271