Alaska Specific Resources
How to Find and Use Tribal Courts
Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC)
- A nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to Alaskans who are facing critical civil legal issues ranging from consumer law, family law, housing problems, public benefits, healthcare, Alaska Native law, and other areas specific to veterans or the elderly.
Alaska Tribal Court Directory (2022)
Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC)
- The Alaska Native Justice Center promotes justice through culturally based advocacy, prevention, and intervention services to restore dignity, respect, and humanity to all Alaska Native people.
Native Non-Profit Organizations By Region
- Copper River Native Association: (907) 822-5241
- Aleutian/Pribilof Islands Association: (907) 276-2700
- Arctic Slope
- Arctic Slope Native Association: (907) 852-2762
- Bering Straits
- Kawerak, Inc.: (907) 443-5231
- Bristol Bay
- Bristol Bay Native Association: (907) 842-5257
- Chuachmiut: (907) 562-4155
- Cook Inlet
- Cook Inlet Tribal Council: (907) 793-3600
- Tanana Chiefs Conference: (907) 452-8251
- Kodiak Area Native Association: (907) 486-9800
- Maniilaq Association: (907) 442-7655
- Central Council of the Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska: (907) 586-1432
- Yukon Kuskokwim Delta
- Association of Village Council Presidents: (907) 543-7300
Guides for Parents to Call Into Court While Incarcerated:
Anchorage, Anvil Mountain, Fairbanks, Goose Creek, Hiland Mountain, Ketchikan, Lemon Creek, Mat-Su, Palmer, Point Mackenzie, Spring, Wildwood, Yukon-Kuskokwim
Alaska Health Analytics and Vital Records Cultural Adoption page
Alaska Court System Justice for All Project
- State action plan to expand justice for all (Alaska Court System)
Advancing Tribal Court Criminal Jurisdiction in Alaska
Rural Governance Commission Report: “Rural Governance Remains Unfinished in Alaska”
Alaska Natives and American Laws (David Case & David Voluck)
- Native American Rights Fund (NARF) & the Indian Law Library
- NARF is a non-profit law firm dedicated to serving Native American and Alaska Native Tribes.
NICWA (National Indian Child Welfare Association)
- A Native American operated non profit dedicated to providing free publication resources, comprehensive training, and technical assistance for Native nations and tribal justice systems.
Tribal Access to Justice Innovation
- A resource to help tribal justice practitioners learn about emerging and promising justice-related programs in Indian Country.