Listed below are useful legal resources that exist in Tucson and the larger state community.
State and Local Legal Authorities
- Arizona Legislative Information Systems including Arizona Statutes - Use this site for Arizona legislative information including full text of bills, session laws, Arizona statutes and the Arizona Constitution.
- Arizona Attorney General
- Arizona Secretary of State - Includes Administrative Code and Administrative Register
- Arizona Courts - Provides links to Arizona courts including the Arizona Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and a number of municipal courts.
Federal Legal Authorities
- U.S. Code
- Code of Federal Regulations
- Federal Register
- Library of Congress - Legislative information including Bills, the Congressional Record, and many historical documents.
- Department of Labor - Collection of workplace posters required by various agencies.
- Department of Education - Family Policy Compliance Office (FERPA).
Personal Legal Authorities
- The State Bar of Arizona - Informational Brochures, Attorney Referral Resources and information on self-service centers.
- Pima County Bar of Arizona - This site has a Lawyer Referral Service.
- Pima County Superior Court Self-Service Center - This site offers information on Domestic Relations, Guardianships, Conservatorships, Wills, Probate Matters as well as a number of forms that can be downloaded.
- Southern Arizona Legal Aid - Provides a variety of free, civil legal aid to qualified low-income individuals and families.
Legal Research Tools
- Arizona Revised Statutes
- Find Law - Use this site for references to law schools, law journals and law reviews, statutes, U.S. Federal Government resources, State Government resources and much more.
- GoogleScholar - This is a free legal research database.
- Law Dictionaries - This site links to several legal dictionaries.
The information contained on the web site of the Office of General Counsel is provided as a courtesy and is not a substitute for the advice of legal counsel.