March 2012 Book Displays

by Lidia Koelbel 6. March 2012 14:01

We have two new book displays up on the 14th floor of the Law Library.  The first celebrates Women's History:

 

Our second March display celebrates the Red Cross and other non-profit organizations committed to helping others:

 

Phoenix Law Review Now Available Online!

by Sarah Prosory 22. November 2010 09:44

Picture source: PSL Docket 11-19-10

Happy Monday everyone!

Did you know you can access the Phoenix Law Review online? Head over to the Phoenix Law homepage, select Academics, and then select Law Review. Or for direct access click here. Read volumes 1 and 2, and volume 3 which is issued in two parts: Arizona Government and Legal Education. This is a valuable resource, as HeinOnline only has volume 1 of the Phoenix Law Review and Westlaw and LexisNexis do not have the publication at all.

Also, the Phoenix Law Review is having a Spring 2011 Write-On Competition. This competition is open to all students who have completed at least 25 credit hours by the end of summer classes, have at least two semesters of law school left, have completed Lawyering Process 1 & 2, and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.50. If you are interested in entering the competition, add the Phoenix Law Review Spring 2011 Write-On Competition TWEN page (must have access to Westlaw and be a PSL student to do so). Details for how to enter will be on the TWEN page at 1:00 PM on December 11, 2010.

Enjoy the short week & read the Phoenix Law Review during the long weekend!

PhoenixLaw Ranked in Top 20 Best Value Law Schools

by Sarah Prosory 18. August 2010 06:55

Picture source: MorgueFile

The National Jurist magazine recently released its list of the "2010 Best Value Law Schools" with Phoenix School of Law ranking among the top 20! Read the article here.

The law schools were chosen based on the following criteria: (1) bar pass rate higher than state average; (2) average indebtedness below $100,000; (3) 85% or higher employment rate 9 months after graduation; and (4) tuition less than $35,000/year.

The list of ranking order will be published in October, within the Fall issue of preLaw magazine.

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