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The American Indian Law Review is published free of charge online on a twice-a-year basis, one volume per academic year, by University of Oklahoma law students according to this schedule:

Issue No. 1 - Winter
Issue No. 2 - Summer

Current and recent issues may be accessed via the Review's Digital Commons page.  The Review is also available by subscription via Westlaw, Lexis, HeinOnline, and other online platforms.

The print edition of the American Indian Law Review ceased publication effective with vol. 41, no. 1 (2016-2017).  For information about purchasing archive print copies of the Review, contact Michael Waters, editorial advisor, at

AILR on Digital Commons

Explore the American Indian Law Review on OU Law's Digital Commons.

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