Indian Law and Order Commission – an independent, all-volunteer advisory group, to help with the greatest challenges to securing equal justice for Native Americans living and working on Indian lands. (The UCLA AISC serves as the sole repository for the Indian Law and Order Commission’s online materials, which we will maintain and make available for research purposes.)
Tribal Legal Development Clinic – This Clinic projects emphasize skills of legislative drafting and cross-cultural representation through assisting tribes with development of dispute-resolution processes, legal codes, and constitutions, as well as pursuit of federal recognition.
Project Peacemaker – Providing Education and Community Empowerment by Maintaining and Keeping the Earth and All Our Relatives through Tribal Justice Systems
Mashantucket Pequot Thesaurus Project – The purpose of this project is to construct a user-centered thesaurus, designed to reflect the information-seeking behavior of scholars and researchers who study American Indian subjects.
The Helping Hand – This two-year intervention program was designed to develop and test culturally sensitive breast-cancer education materials among members of the Indian Health Council service population (San Diego County)
Gabrieleno/Tongva – The Gabrieleno/Tongva Recognition Project focused on the historical, political, and legal research necessary for the Gabrieleno/Tongva Nation’s petition for federal recognition, pursuant to federal guidelines.