American Indian Law – Overview

Part One of a Four part Series.

The American Indian Law Collection with HeinOnline is a comprehensive group of documents and sources to help researches study this unique field of law. Most notably included is Title 25 of the U.S. Code and the American Indian Law Review.

Listed at the top of the homepage is a search tool to find resources using a variety of sources such as; “Full Text,” “Citation,” “Catalog,” and “Case Law.”


Also included at the top of the home page is a series of tabs relating to the various forms of sources HeinOnline offers for American Indian Law.


This collection features over 1,000 different titles on a wide variety of topics related to American Indian Law. This includes Scholarly Articles, Committee of Indian Affairs Hearings, and External Links.


HeinOnline provides a thorough list of sources that are curtailed specifically towards American Indian Law research.

Access to HeinOnline: American Indian Law Collection database is available through the Texas Tech Law Library website under the Electronic Databases tab.



Author: Marin Dell

Texas Tech School of Law Library - Librarian, Attorney, Law Library Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, loves all things law, libraries and tech/Tech

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