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Law Library Collections
Guide to Law Library Collections
Arizona Legal Materials The Arizona collection includes current and retrospective revised statutes, codes and session laws; House and Senate bills and journals; case law reports, including advance sheets; current and retrospective court rules and administrative orders; current and retrospective administrative agency regulations; attorney general opinions; selected state agency documents; municipal and county codes and ordinances; State Bar of Arizona ethics opinions; State Bar of Arizona and Maricopa County Bar Association CLE publications; practice manuals and legal forms; Native American tribal codes and ordinances.
Court Administration Court administration profession; court management topics including caseflow management, budgeting, facilities planning, technical assistance reports, ADR, jury reform, pro se service programs, and court technologies; court and judicial histories and biographies; Superior Court seminar materials; statistics.
General Legal Resources General and topical legal treatises; looseleaf services; newsletters; form books; uniform laws and model codes; legal reference tools such as dictionaries, thesaurus, directories, abbreviations, quotations, statistics; general and selected topical law journals; general reference tools.
Self Help Collections The Law Library has a collection of materials for non-attorneys, including books on various legal topics written in non-legal terms, forms, court and procedure guides. The collection is located on the second floor next to the Reference Collection at the Main Library.
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Electronic Resources
Computer Services The Law Library computers are available for public use in the Online Room on the second floor. Use of the Online Room computers is reserved for legal research. Additional computers are located around the central core and near the Reference Desk. Print jobs are $0.20 per page and may be retrieved from the Print Release Station located near the Reference Desk. You are also welcome to download materials to disk or USB drive.
Online Catalog The Law Library uses Millennium from Innovative Interfaces as its integrated online library system. The Millennium catalog may be accessed from any of the computers located in the Library and via the Web.
Internet Access The Law Library provides access to the Internet on its public-access computers. The Law Library offers Internet Explorer. Internet access is provided subject to our Internet Use Policy. The Law Library also provides wireless remote access to the Internet. Instructions for accessing the wireless system may be obtained from the Reference Desk.
Research Databases The library has a wide range of legal resources available on its network. Some traditional legal resources, such as citators, are now maintained in electronic format only. See our listing of Research Databases for descriptions of available online resources. Remote access is provided for certain databases. A Law Library card is necessary in order to utilize this service.
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