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Data Sovereignty
The provision of criminal justice services in Indian Country is a key aspect of tribal sovereignty. These services, which may include policing, investigations, courts, corrections, sex offender registration, and probation/parole, are vital to the safety, vitality, and economic security of all communities.


NHPA Section 106 Consultation: A Primer for Tribal Advocates
The National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) is the main federal law that established our national program for the preservation of historic properties.
A Former Tribal Leader's Thoughts on Serving Tribal Clients
Before I became a lawyer, I was on the tribal council for my tribe, the Hopland Band of Pomo Indians. For three years I held a position that, in my tribe, we generally refer to as "tribal council member" or a "tribal leader," although I know in some tribes the term "tribal leader" is reserved solely for the tribe's highest-ranking official, such as a president or chair.
CONQUERING INJUSTICE: An Analysis of Sexual Violence in Indian Country and the Oliphant Gap in Tribal Jurisdiction
In the United States today, Native American women suffer from a disproportionate amount of violence in comparison to the rest of the population. On average, 1 in 3 Native American women are raped at least once in their lifetime, and the murder rate of Native women is 10 time higher than the national rate.