Obviously, electronic sources such as Bloomberg Law, Lexis, and Westlaw can make case research quicker, and sometimes more efficient. However if you are unable to sufficiently narrow your electronic research, you may find print resources helpful.
United States courts adjudicate a wide variety of cases concerning issues of importance to the Native American community. Relevant opinions from these courts can be identified using traditional legal research methods. The following titles are designed specifically to cover Indian issues.
Indian law reporter. Washington: American Indian Lawyer Training Program, 1974-
Indian Territory, Court of Appeals. Indian Territory reports...Cases determined in the United States Court of Appeals for the Indian territory. Parsons, Kan., Foley Railway Printing Co., 1900-1909.
Native American law digest. Fairfax, VA: Falmouth Institute, c1991- [KF 8203.1 .N38]