Committees and Councils
- The Business Law Section has a Gaming Law Committee with the mission to deal with all aspects of gaming law and provide cutting-edge information on all substantive gaming law developments. They conduct an annual two-day conference that provides practitioners with a comprehensive overview of the multiple facets of commercial, Native American and internet gaming at the state, national and international levels.
- The Section of Environment, Energy and Resources has a Native American Resources Committee that provides a national forum for lawyers representing federally recognized tribes, tribal entities, indigenous peoples, and businesses engaged in development or other commercial activities within or near Indian country, Alaska Native villages, and other lands of indigenous peoples.
- The Individual Rights & Responsibilities Section has a Committee on Native American Concerns that utilizes legal resources for the betterment of Native Americans, to eliminate the vestiges of discrimination, and enhance rights and opportunities for Indigenous People.
- The Judicial Division has a Tribal Courts Council, which is chaired by NNABA Board member Robert O. Saunooke. The Tribal Courts Council is devoted to the recommendation and enhancement of American Indian Tribal Courts and the Judges thereof.
- The Section of Taxation has formed the Indian Tribal Tax Committee, the Section's newest committee to offer an opportunity for ABA members to learn about and debate good policy and practice in Indian tax law. The committee will work at a national level with stakeholders and practitioners to develop and influence tax policy, tax administration and tax law affecting tribes and their members.
- Tribal Contracting: Understanding and Drafting Business Contracts with American Indian Tribes by M. Brent Leonhard
- ABA Indian Child Welfare Act Resolution
- Best Practice for Native American and All Families by Claire Chiamulera for ABA Center on Children and the Law
- The Future of Tribal Lending Under the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau by Hilary B. Miller for the ABA Business Law Section
- There and Back Again in Indian Country (Almost) by Joseph J. Wiseman for the ABA Section of Litigation
- Indian Law 101: An Introduction to Indian Law by Heather McMillan Nakai for the Young Lawyers Division 101 Practice Series
- The Law of Business in Indian Country by Gabriel S. Galanda and Anthony S. Broadman for ABA General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division
- Striving for the Independence of Native American Tribal Courts by Kirke Kickingbird for the Individual Rights & Responsibilities Section
- Native Americans and the Federal Bench – The Time Has Come by Robert O. Saunooke for the ABA Judicial Division