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Available Publications

The Resource Center, as a project of the National American Indian Court Judges Association (NAICJA), is the repository of the numerous publications produced by the Association in its many years of providing tribal justice system training and technical assistance. We have also acquired various reports, monographs, manuals, handbooks, guidelines, policies, procedures and other useful written materials compiled by tribal courts nationally. Below is a listing of the materials available from the Resource Center.

These publications are slowly being added to the web site.  Click here to view the publications currently available online.   In the meantime if the document you need is not available online or you would like to be mailed a copy of the publication, please contact the Resource Center by either completing the Document Request form below or by calling us at (303) 245-0786.

To order publications, please indicate which publications and the quantity you would like, then complete and submit the following form.  

Note:  For articles greater than twenty-five (25) pages in length, there is a nominal copying and postage charge. You will be notified of the actual cost soon after you submit your document request. 

 
American Indian Court Civil Procedures Benchbook. A simple judicial benchbook for use in conducting civil non-jury tribal court trials. Includes sample forms. Paper. Studies for American Indian Court Judges, 1980. 28 pages.
 
Basic Civil Law for Tribal Courts. A basic civil law text compiled for use in NAICJA's American Indian Court Judges Training Program. Manual. NAICJA, 1980. 192 pages.
Brief History of NAICJA Training Program Courses of Instruction 1970 - 80. A brief history of the courses of instruction presented by the National American Indian Court Judges Association and partial list of NAICJA publications. Paper. Bennett, Robert; William Canby; James Delaney, 1980. 28 pages.
Code of Ethics for Indian Court Clerks. A model code of ethics for tribal clerk courts. Manual. NAICJA, 1980. 7 pages.
Criminal Court Procedures Benchbook. A judicial benchbook for use in conducting criminal tribal court trials. In simple and abbreviated form, it presents the standard procedural steps that occur in most criminal trials. Manual. Studies for American Indian Court Judges, 1980. 36 pages.
Criminal Law for Indian Courts. A comprehensive text used by NAICJA to instruct tribal court judges on their responsibilities and functions in administering criminal law and procedure. Manual. NAICJA, 1980. 165 pages.
Criminal Procedure for Indian Courts.  A comprehensive text used by NAICJA to instruct tribal court judges on their responsibilities and functions in administering criminal law and procedure. Manual. Milne, John W. and Ralph W. Johnson, 1980. 397 pages.
Model Code of Judicial Conduct for Indian Court Judges.  A model code of standards of judicial conduct for tribal court judges. Manual. NAICJA, 1981. 15 pages.
Training Manual for Clerks of Indian Courts. A comprehensive training manual for tribal court clerks covering both trial level civil and criminal procedures, including jury trials, and appellate procedure. Manual. NAICJA, 1980. 250 pages.

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