Tribal Justice Project | UC Davis School of Law

Martin Luther King, Jr. Hall

400 Mrak Hall Drive

Davis, CA 95616

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Training Resources

Provided Resources

Attendees at the training will receive the following three books for free as part of their participation in the program. Attendees are not expected to read these books beforehand. However, the information contained within will be helpful during and after the training. 

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Modern Trial Advocacy Analysis & Practice: Fifth Edition (NITA)

J.C. Lore and Steven Lubet

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California Evidence Code: 2019 Edition

California Legal Publishing, LLC

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American Indian Law

in a Nutshell

William C. Canby, Jr.

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Trust in the Land

New Directions in Tribal Conservation

Beth Rose Middleton

Optional Resources

The following books are optional resources for attendees to purchase at their leisure. They provide attendees background information regarding Indian law and the environmental protection of tribal lands - two concepts that will be intimately explored throughout the training.

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Captured Justice: Native Nations and Public Law 280

Duane Champagne and Carole Goldberg

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Mastering American Indian Law

Angelique Townsend Eaglewoman and Stacy L. Leeds