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Pre-Law Summer Institute (PLSI)

PLSI Judicial Clerkship Program

Policy and Legal Analysis

Southwest Intertribal Court of Appeals (SWITCA)

Domestic Violence Virtual Courtroom (DVVC)

Tribal Court Practice: Intimate Partner Sexual Abuse (IPSA)

Native American Water Rights Settlement E-Repository


About the AILC
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Established in 1967, the American Indian Law Center, Inc. (AILC) is the oldest existing Indian-managed and Indian-operated legal and public policy organization in the country serving to strengthen, promote, and honor self-sustaining American Indian and Alaska Native communities through education, training, and leadership.

AILC’s mission is to provide training and technical assistance to tribes, tribal organizations, and tribal courts; legal and policy analysis on various issues important to tribal governments; and preparatory legal education to individuals. AILC accomplishes its mission by focusing on three main areas:

Over the years, the AILC has worked with officials from more than 20 states, hundreds of tribes and Native American organizations, and has trained thousands of professionals and paraprofessionals. As a result, AILC has a unique, in-depth knowledge about tribal institutions, including tribal courts and their place in tribal government, and about tribal, state, and federal relations.

AILC is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation.









The American Indian Law Center, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.