|Guide to Law Library Collections
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 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 include current and retrospective official and annotated
US codes; Congressional Record and congressional committee hearings
and reports; case law reporters and advance sheets; general and local
court rules; U.S. Supreme Court briefs and oral arguments; current
and retrospective administrative agency regulations; selected federal
and International Materials
and international materials include United States treaties and United
Nations treaty series; treatises and monographs on international trade,
business transactions, intellectual property, international litigation
and dispute resolution, public and private international law, international
organizations, and other subjects; selected English-language foreign
country codes and comparative law.
|General Legal Resources
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.
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.
| State Legal Materials
states other than Arizona, collections may include session laws (available
on microfiche); regional case law reporters; West's American Digest
System; court rules; attorney general opinions; bar association ethics
opinions; selected state bar CLE publications and practice manuals;
jury instructions; state and local bar association journals (available
| Computer Services
The Law Library
has 22 computers available for public use. Twelve computers are
housed 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 $0.05 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. You may either bring
in your own 3.5" diskettes or purchase one from the Circulation
Desk for $1.00.
microfiche reader/printer computer is located in the Southwest part
of the library. Library patrons can use the computer to read microfiche,
print pages (at $0.05 per page) or e-mail the document to themselves
(in a variety of document types). Patrons may also request documents
on microfiche be e-mailed to them by contacting the Reference Desk
staff. Library staff is available to assist patrons with access to
the microfiche collection. Please inquire at the Reference Desk.
| Online Catalog
||The Law Library uses Millennium from Innovative Interfaces www.iii.com 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
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.