The Indian Law Reporter, a comprehensive and unique monthly information service that reports cases—primarily in full-text format—from federal, state and tribal courts, as well as administrative agencies, is an essential resource for every individual, agency, government, and other institution that needs to keep abreast of developments in the field of American Indian law. Published continuously since 1974, materials appearing in the Indian Law Reporter are conveniently organized and marked for insertion into a loose-leaf binder divided into the following categories:

- United States Supreme Court opinions and proceedings

- United States Courts of Appeals opinions

- United States District Court opinions

- United States Court of Federal Claims

- State Court opinions

- Tribal Court opinions

- Miscellaneous proceedings (U.S. Tax and Bankruptcy Court decisions, IBIA and IBLA decisions)

- Table of Cases and Topical Index

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