This virtual library provided by NAICJA is designed to help you keep current on what's new in tribal justice and, at the same time, offer you a wealth of publications and other documents that NAICJA has developed over the years.
Here you will be able to locate, download and/or view NAICJA's archive of announcements, newsletters, training videos and more. Additionally, over its many years, NAICJA has developed and acquired many tools and resources to help its membership and tribal justice systems. These include various reports, monographs, manuals, handbooks, guidelines, policies, procedures and other useful written materials. These important publications can be viewed here or downloaded so you can print or view them later.
Mayo Case, Massey, and Jill E. Tompkins. A Guide for Tribal Court Law Clerks and Judges. U of Colorado Law School, 2007 (download)
A Guide for Tribal Court Law Clerks and Judges is a publication of the University of Colorado law school. It includes practical information such as "the benefits of clerkship," "how to best work with a law clerk," and sample forms and letters to help make a new or existing tribal court law clerk program run smoothly.