Federal Indian Law Course

Learn about Federal Indian Law in this free, online course:

The course "Federal Indian Law and Policy: Tribal Sovereignty and the Legal Relationship Between Tribes and the United States" has been designed especially for use by tribal leaders, attorneys, college students, and anyone with an interest in learning about the history and development of Federal Indian Law. This unique 18-module online course was produced by a team of faculty and staff from the Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program and the Native Peoples Technical Assistance Office: Robert A. Williams, Jr., Regents' Professor, E. Thomas Sullivan Professor of Law; Faculty Co-Chair, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program (project director), Dr. Erica de Frain (multimedia development/web design), Dr. Marren Sanders (co-director course development), Dr. Louellyn White (course development/technical assistance), Anne Worthen, M.A. (videography/course design and development), and Claudia Nelson, M.A. (co-project director/grants development and administration).

There is no need to purchase any book or course materials.  However, for those interested in supplemental readings, the following text is recommended: David H. Getches, Charles F. Wilkinson, and Robert A. Williams, Jr., Cases and Materials on Federal Indian Law, 5th ed. (Thomson West 2005).

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