Indian Law


The general purposes of the section shall be the promotion of the objects of the State Bar of Arizona (State Bar) within the particular fields designated by the name of the section. To that end, it shall be the purpose of the section:

To advance the understanding, study, adoption, application, interpretation, and improvement of the federal laws, tribal laws and, to the extent applicable, state laws, rules, and regulations which pertain to Indians, to Indian tribes, or to Indian country, and to their administration and enforcement; to understand and improve the relationships of these bodies of law and judicial and administrative systems, and to encourage and support mutual respect for, and understanding of, the cultures, values, customs, and heritages which underlie them. Furthermore, the Section will encourage the education of the general public, both Indian and non- Indian, with respect to the application of laws and legal procedures of particular relevance to the Indian communities and governments thereof.


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SBA Section Administrator

Betty Flores
4201 N. 24th Street, Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ 85016-6266