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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.

Please visit the Tribal Law Journal Blog for additional case notes and commentary.

View our archive of events, Tribal Voices, or review all our Tribal Law Profiles in one place.

Current Volume: Volume 20 (2020)

Editorial Board & Staff

Co-Editors-In-Chief

Yarrow Allaire
Jordan Oglesby

Managing Editor

Carmen Borja

Citations Editor

Paige Diem

Submissions Editor

Beth Wright

Journal Staff

Felisha Adams
Peter Armijo
Vanessa Hidalgo
Esther Jamison
Ahtza Chavez
Jessica Martinez
Sean McKenzie
Kristen Polk
Max Spivak
Krista Thompson

Articles