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Statutes and Constitution
Low-Cost Legal Databases
Ross-Blakley Law Library: Arizona Legislature Research Guide
This research guide provides information on accessing Arizona statutes, as well as information on state sessions laws, proposed legislation, and how to track Arizona bills. The guide details both free and subscription resources.
The website of the Arizona State Legislature provides free access to the current unannotated version of the Arizona Revised Statutes. The statutes are searchable and browsable by title and section.
Arizona Court Rules Forum
The Arizona Court Rules Forum of the Arizona Supreme Court links users to a list of current Arizona court rules. Also included are lists of pending rule changes.
Arizona Court Rules
This free Westlaw resource provides access to the Arizona Court Rules. The sections contain some historical notes but no case annotations.
The online Arizona Constitution is provided by the Arizona Legislature. The Constitution is searchable by entering phrases in the search box provided. It is also browsable by article and section.
The Arizona law libraries listed below provide access to free legal research in print and through electronic sources. For more information click on their respective links.
Ross Blakley Law Library, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University
Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library, James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona
Arizona State Law Library
Maricopa County Superior Court Law Library
Pima County Law Library