Welcome to Tribal Law Journal
Let Our Voices Be Heard, Let Our Stories Be Told.
Founded in 1998, the Tribal Law Journal is an international legal journal for indigenous and tribal law. TLJ promotes indigenous self-determination by providing native peoples, practitioners, and law students an opportunity to contribute their work to the discussion of internal indigenous law. Presenting in a strictly on-line forum, TLJ can accepts a variety of media to best capture indigenous thought and expression.
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Current Volume: Volume 20 (2020)
Editorial Board & Staff
Yarrow AllaireJordan Oglesby
Felisha Adams Peter Armijo Vanessa Hidalgo Esther Jamison Ahtza Chavez Jessica Martinez Sean McKenzie Kristen Polk Max Spivak Krista Thompson
Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez in the Evolution of Federal Law
Richard B. Collins
Native American Oral Evidence: Finding a New Hearsay Exception
Max Virupaksha Katner
Tribal Opposition to Enbridge Line 5: Rights and Interests
John Minode’e Petoskey