The AILC does not provide legal aid or representation. This information is provided as a starting point for people who are seeking legal assistance. The AILC does not endorse or guarantee the services from the organizations listed below nor do we claim that this list is in any way comprehensive. If you are seeking an individual attorney for representation, we suggest that you contact your state’s bar association.
DNA People’s Legal Services, Inc.:
Indian Pueblo Legal Services:
Phone: (505) 867-3391, Fax: (505) 867-3644
Native American Rights Fund:
Southwest Indian Law Clinic (SILC),
University of New Mexico School of Law: http://lawschool.unm.edu/indian/indian-clinic.php
National Tribal Justice Resource Center:
Tribal Court Clearinghouse:
National American Indian Court Judges Association:
Tribal Law Journal:
American Bar Association:
National Native American Bar Association:
National Native American Law Students Associaton: http://www.nationalnalsa.org/
Federally Recognized Tribes:
Federal Register listing of federally recognized tribes.
Search information about the U.S. Congress, the legislative process, legislation, the Congressional Record, and committee reports.
Daily publication for rules, proposed rules, and notices of Federal agencies and organizations, as well as executive orders and other presidential documents.
U.S. DOJ Office of Tribal Justice:
U.S. House Committee on Resources: http://resourcescommittee.house.gov/
U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs:
Indian Country Today:
Cohen’s Handbook of Federal Indian Law: