Educational Outreach

NATIVE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

The course "Federal Indian Law and Policy: Tribal Sovereignty and the Legal Relationship Between Tribes and the United States" has been designed especially for use by tribal leaders, attorneys, college students, and anyone with an interest in learning about the history and development of Federal Indian Law. This 18-module online course is designed to be self-paced, viewed and digested over a period of time.  Should you exit a module, your work will be saved. 

There is no need to purchase any book or course materials.  However, for those interested in supplemental readings, the following text is recommended: David H. Getches, Charles F. Wilkinson, and Robert A. Williams, Jr., Cases and Materials on Federal Indian Law, 5th ed. (Thomson West 2005).

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