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The Ross-Blakley Law Library is currently only available for remote services, due to Arizona State University's response to COVID-19.

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

Librarians are available 9am-4pm Monday-Thursday and 9am -2pm on Friday by phone or by email.

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The Ross-Blakley Law Library staff cannot give legal opinions or advice. If you need legal advice or help in finding an attorney, the organizations listed in this research guide may be able to help you. 

GENERAL RESOURCES

ORGANIZATION SERVICES CONTACT
ASU Alumni Law Group Provides affordable legal services at below-market rates for members of the community with low to moderate incomes. Provides representation under the supervision of experienced senior practice group partners, with areas of legal services that include consumer law, small business assistance, employment law, criminal law, family law, veterans' services, landlord tenant and more.

602-251-3620
info@asulg.org

Arizona Community Legal Services  Civil matters, no criminal or personal injury. Limited to persons whose household income is at or below the 125% federal poverty guidelines.
602-258-3434 
infocpo@clsaz.org
Arizona Legal Center Provides free legal aid and consultations for anyone seeking legal triage services, but generally does not undertake full-scope representation. 480-727-0127
azlegalcenter@gmail.com
AZ Law Help Database of organizations providing legal help and other services in AZ. Legal information and resources. 866-637-5341

Free Legal Answers

Qualified individuals can ask specific questions about a civil legal issue and receive a response via email from a volunteer attorney. See website
Juvenile Legal Assistance Project (JLAP) JLAP is a collaboration between the Juvenile Court, Volunteer Lawyers Program and ASU Law School.  JLAP provides 50 minute consultations with a volunteer attorney and law student.  Call for an appointment. 602-506-5903
Maricopa County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service

Up to a 30-minute legal consultation with an attorney for $40.

602-257-4434
info@maricopabar.org 
Maricopa County Superior Court: Attorney Roster A listing of lawyers and mediators prepared by the Maricopa County Superior Court Self-Service Center. See website
Maricopa County Superior Court
Law Library Resource Center
Resources and services provided by the Superior Court of Arizona to help individuals help themselves in court. 602-506-7353
services@scll.maricopa.gov
Maricopa County Superior Court: Mediation and Arbitration Service Providers A listing of mediators prepared by the Maricopa County Superior Court Self-Service Center. See website

Modest Means Project

Provides a one-hour, $75 meeting with an attorney for individuals who do not qualify for free legal services, but cannot afford the expertise of attorneys at the standard rate. Legal issues available include consumer law, criminal misdemeanors, family law, housing, immigration, and wills and trusts. 866-637-5341