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NativeNet is designed to share the knowledge and expertise of the University of Arizona's work with Indian Nations and Indigenous Peoples, and to deliver professional development and continuing legal education courses.

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Addressing Domestic Violence

The Addressing Domestic Violence Course is a scenario-based course designed to help attorneys, judges, law enforcement, and others understand how to better navigate the procedural obstacles involved in addressing...

Federal Indian Law 1: Doctrine of Discovery through the Treaty Tradition

Federal Indian Law from early History to the Treaty Tradition. This six-module class provides a grounding in the early years of U.S. federal Indian law and policy, from initial colonial settlement through the...

Federal Indian Law 2: The NW Indian Fisheries Treaties through Allotment

Federal Indian Law of the NW Indian Fisheries Treaties and the Allotment Policy. This class contains five modules discussing some of the most important Supreme Court decisions impacting the jurisdiction of tribal...

Federal Indian Law 3: The IRA through modern tribal jurisdiction

Federal Indian Law from the Indian Reorganization Act to Modern Tribal Civil Jurisdiction. The seven modules in this class cover the period from the 1934 federal Indian Reorganization Act, which transferred over 65...

Free Sample: Federal Indian Law 1, Overview & Worcester v. Georgia

Enjoy this free preview of the Module 5 Overview and Worcester v. Georgia sections of the Federal Indian Law 1 course. -...

Free Sample: The History of Federal Indian Law and Policy Northwest Indian Fisheries Treaties (Vine Deloria, Jr.)

A rare opportunity to hear Professor Vine Deloria, Jr. offer his expertise on indigenous treaties for the 2005 Northwest Indian Fisheries Treaty Conference. -...

Indian Law: What Every Attorney Should Know to Avoid Malpractice

This scenario-based course will help you understand when Indian law issues can arise and how to recognize them. The course introduction covers basic Federal Indian law and civil/criminal jurisdiction concepts and...

Nation Building in Practice

Nation Building in Practice. This four-part class containing both videos and written assignments recounts the challenges facing Native-owned enterprises -- what makes them successful and what prevents them from...

The Foundations of Nation Building

Foundations of Nation Building. This five-part class containing both videos and written assignments explores what works and what doesn’t in Native Nation Building and details for tribes how to engage in...