The sovereign Native American governments once conducted their affairs and businesses without federal intervention. Today, Native American sovereignty has been affected by federal and state laws and regulations that have added to the complexity of doing business on tribal land.
In the past, tribal courts looked to state and federal precedent as persuasive authority when crafting opinions. Recent decisions now evidence tribal courts citing other tribes when crafting opinions. This has created a demand for a systematic, professional compilation of cases from tribal law courts.
Thomson Reuters provides online comprehensive Native American tribal caselaw, constitutions, codes, court rules and expert analytical and news sources to make research faster, more efficient and accurate.
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