The Oneida Constitution is the supreme law of the Oneida Nation. After the Constitution, there are two main types of legislation that govern the Oneida Nation: laws and policies. Both types are adopted by either the Oneida Business Committee or the Oneida General Tribal Council. Generally, laws are more broadly applied to the general population and governance; whereas policies are usually more focused on the operations of the Oneida government or the Oneida workplace.
The Oneida code materials can be found on Lexis Advance by typing in Oneida in the Red Search Box and selecting “Tribal Law: Oneida Nation” as your source. When filtering results, the Oneida materials appear under Statutes & Legislation and Source Tribal Law: Oneida Nation. For Explore Content on the Lexis Advance service, select Statutes & Legislation then Codes and Oneida materials are located under the Tribal heading.