Ho-Chunk Nation of Wisconsin
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Also known as: People of the Big Voice, Ho-Chunk-Gra (Winnebago), Formerly Wisconsin Winnebago Tribe

Tribal Code:

At tribe's website.

At NILL website.

See NILL catalog record for the code.


Tribal Constitution:

At tribe's website.

At NILL website.

See NILL catalog record for the constitution.


Tribal Court Opinions:

At tribe's website.

At Casemaker ($$$). Selected opinions of the Ho-Chunk Nation Supreme Court. 2000.

At Indian Law Reporter (not available online). 1996-2003, 2005-2009. See NILL's cumulative subject index of tribal court cases in the ILR. (Abbreviations: Ho Chunk, Ho-Chunk)

At LexisNexis ($$$). 1995, 1997, 2012.

At Westlaw ($$$). American Tribal Law Reporter. Opinions issued by the tribal, appeals or supreme courts of American tribes, including Ho-Chunk Nation. 1997-.

At Westlaw ($$$). Database: HOCHUNK-CS. Opinions of the Trial Court and the Supreme Court of the Ho-Chunk Nation. 1997-.


Other Legal Materials:

See NILL catalog records for other Ho-Chunk materials.

See materials at the Tribal Supreme Court Project for Ho-Chunk Nation v. Wisconsin.

Contact Info

www.ho-chunknation.com

Tribal Office Building (TOB)
W9814 Airport Road
Black River Falls, WI 54615
(715) 284-9343
(800) 294-9343
fax: (715) 284-2632

Tribal Court:
http://www.ho-chunknation.com/government/judiciary.aspx


P.O. Box 70
Black River Falls, WI 54615
(715) 284-2722
(800) 434-4070
fax: (715) 284-3136

Research Tools


United States Tribal Courts Directory. By A. Schwartz and M.J.B. Hunter.

Tiller's Guide to Indian Country: Economic Profiles of American Indian Reservations. Tiller Research, Inc. (see older version online at the Internet Archive)

Tribal Leaders Directory. (BIA)

Directories of Tribes and Alaska Native Villages. (NILL)

How to Build a Tribal Legal History. Indian Nation Archives