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Arizona Courts
     Arizona State Court System
      Locating Court Opinions  
      Court Rules

State Legislature
     Slip Law and Session Laws
     Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.)
     Proposed Legislation
     Bill Tracking

State Agencies
     Regulations
     Executive Publications

Legislative History
     Legislative Documents
     Other Resources

Secondary Sources and Forms
     State Bar Materials
     CLE Materials
     Legal Forms
     Practice Guides and Treatises
     CALI Lessons

Public Records
      Arizona Laws Governing Public                      Records
      Obtaining Public Records
      Frequently Requested Records                      Available Online

Subject-Specific Guides
     Family Law
     Property: Foreclosure, Homeowners           Associations, and Landlord/Tenant Law
     Traffic/DUI Law 

SCOPE

This research guide is intended to help you find sources of Arizona primary law from the state courts, state legislature, and state executive agencies. The guide details both free and subscription resources for accessing cases, statutes, and regulations, with an emphasis on materials available within the print and electronic holdings of the Ross-Blakley Law Library.

Beyond primary law, the guide details how to conduct legislative history research for Arizona legislation and how to track state bills. It also lists sources for legal forms and Arizona practice materials. Finally, it links to a variety of subject-specific guides that offer information on areas of state law including Family Law, Foreclosure Law, Homeowners Associations, Landlord/Tenant Law, and Traffic/DUI Law.

ASK A LIBRARIAN

The reference librarians at the Ross-Blakley Law Library are happy to help you find or navigate research resources. 

Librarians are available 9:00am-4pm Monday-Friday at the reference desk, by phone, or by e-mail.

Phone: (480) 965-6144
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Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law students can also make an individual appointment with a librarian for one-on-one assistance by submitting an online request form