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About the Catalog
The National Indian Law Library (NILL) online catalog provides access to descriptions of all titles held in the NILL collection. Copies of most resources can be delivered to researchers in a timely way and often free of charge. However, we may ask for a small donation to help sustain library service to the public. The library catalog also provides links to many free resources that are available on the Internet. While the NILL catalog is a good place to start with your research, please do not hesitate to ask a reference librarian for help finding additional information. The professional staff has access to a wide variety of both print and electronic information sources and takes pride in locating the information you need.
The collection consists of Native American legal materials ranging from books and journal articles to tribal self-governance documents, such as tribal codes and constitutions. Many of the records in the catalog contain tables of contents and links to full-text copies. The NILL catalog is updated on a regular basis.
If you need help using the catalog or need general help with your research, please do not hesitate to contact a reference librarian -- via askNILL or by phone at (303) 447-8760 (ask for the library).