The American Law Institute has developed The Restatement of the Law, The Law of American Indians.
This Restatement will cement the foundational principles of American Indian law. Topics include federal/tribal relations, state/tribal relations, tribal jurisdiction and authority, and Indian Country business law.
The Restatement covers the following in its six chapters: Chapter 1 Federal–Tribal Relations; Chapter 2 Tribal Authority; Chapter 3 State–Tribal Relations; Chapter 4 Tribal Economic Development; Chapter 5 Indian Country Criminal Jurisdiction; and Chapter 6 Natural Resources.
The official text is available:
HeinOnline's American Indian Law Collection (UW restricted) includes hundreds of law journal articles, curated by the editors to be about Indian law.
For more law journal articles, seach full-text databases in Lexis Advance, Westlaw, Bloomberg Law, or HeinOnline. Note that HeinOnline has much greater historical coverage. Bloomberg Law's coverage is briefer than Westlaw's or Lexis's.
For articles from history, sociology, economics, anthropology, or any other discipline that touches on Indian law, use UW Libraries Articles & Research Databases. To find relevant databases, start with UW Libraries Research Guides.
Any law review can have an article about Indian or tribal law. The following journals specialize in the area.
HeinOnline's Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: History, Culture & Law (UW restricted) (formerly American Indian Law Collection) includes books and reports as diverse as these:
University of Washington Law School professor Ralph Johnson was a noted Indian law scholar and advocate. He founded the UW's Native American Law Center. A bibliography of his publications is here. A profile by David W. Getches is at 72 Wash. L. Rev. 995 (1997), available on HeinOnline (UW Restricted).