The Tribal Law Journal (TLJ), founded in 1998 by Professor Christine Zuni Cruz is a legal journal dedicated to internal law of indigenous peoples and the intersection of tribal law with other systems. This year we are celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Journal. To honor indigenous legal systems in the world and promote the importance of the Journal in chthonic law and legal scholarship, TLJ is hosting a symposium, entitled Tribal Justice: Honoring Indigenous Dispute Resolution.
Tribal Law Journal. "Tribal Justice: Honoring Indigenous Dispute Resolution (Symposium Agenda)." (2018). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/tlj_events/2