Source: (1993) Alaska Justice Forum 10 (Fall).
On the basis of research by the Alaska Judicial Council on access to justice services in rural Alaska, Teresa Carns relates a transition from minimal access to justice services in rural Alaska to significant implementation of community-based, indigenous justice services provided through tribal courts and councils. Carns highlights specific Judicial Council reports on this transition, and she identifies some key aspects of the work of the tribal courts and councils.
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