Services and Information
Reference and Information Services
Staff will answer basic questions about Library and Court resources; assist patrons with a starting point for their legal research; familiarize patrons with print and electronic resources. If possible, staff can provide information via e-mail. Patrons can e-mail staff directly, use this request form or e-mail email@example.com.
Staff can be reached at: (602) 506-7353
Document Delivery Services
The Law Library accepts requests to fax copies of library materials. All attempts will be made to fulfill the request the same day as received.
- $5.00 Service charge
- $0.50 Per page for local calls, or $1.00 Per page for long distance
- $2.50 To send or receive a personal fax
The Law Library accepts requests to photocopy library materials for mailing or pickup within 24 hours of your request.
- $2.50 Service charge
- $0.50 Per page
The Law Library accepts requests to photocopy library materials while you wait. Requests will be processed as quickly as possible.
- $0.50 Per page
Materials not owned by the Law Library may be borrowed from other libraries. Charges, if any, are set by the lending library. Patrons will be advised of any charges before the materials are shipped, and will be notified when the materials are received.
The Law Library reserves the right to refuse any document delivery request that the Library staff believes would be a violation of copyright laws.
General Library Services
Coin and credit card operated photocopiers are located throughout the Law Library Resource Center. Copies are currently $0.20 per page.
Borrowing Library books and materials is generally governed by the Library's Circulation Procedure. The Law Library reserves the right to change the circulation status of specific items based on demand and the need to provide Library users with the greatest possible access to legal materials. Books circulate for a one week period with a one week renewal. Overdue books incur a fine of $0.50 per day per item.
The Law Library accepts telephone requests to retrieve and hold books for pickup.
The Law Library Resource Center ("LLRC") computers are available for public use. Printing is $0.20 per page.
The LLRC catalog may be accessed from any of the computers located in the LLRC and via the Web.
The LLRC provides access to the Internet on its public-access computers. Internet access is provided subject to our Internet Use Policy. The LLRC also provides wireless remote access to the Internet. Instructions for accessing the wireless system may be obtained from LLRC staff.
The LLRC 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.
Guide to Law Library Collections
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.
General and topical legal treatises; looseleaf services; 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.
The files included within the Law Library Resource Center's website are copyrighted. Users have permission to use the files, forms, and information for any lawful purpose. The files and forms are not intended to be used to engage in the unauthorized practice of law. The Court assumes no responsibility and accepts no liability tor actions taken by the users of these documents, including reliance on their contents. All files are under continual revision. If you are not using these forms right away, or if you plan to use them repeatedly, we strongly recommend that you check the site regularly to determine whether the files you are using have been updated.
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