30. May 2013 17:20
New Graduate? Hanging a shingle? Need a low cost option for research support?
The Phoenix School of Law (PhoenixLaw) Library is pleased to continue to support the research needs of our alumni. After graduation, any graduate can register for an Alumni Access Membership at the Library. In order to use the Library as an alumnus, you must complete the registration form and submit it to the Circulation Department; obtain a new "alumni" identification card photo from the Library or Facilities department; and pay the annual registration fee of $50.00 (along with the one-time $30.00 access card fee). Your membership includes access to:
- A Public Access Westlaw terminal in a study room
- Print Sources like statutes, administrative regulations, court rules, case law, treatises
- Arizona CLE Materials
- Arizona Practice Series
- Hein Online
- Oxford Scholarship Online
- ProQuest Research Library
- Help from the librarians at the Legal Research Help Desk
- Library Workshops including those that may be CLE eligible
9. April 2013 10:21
Don't live in pre-historic times...
Stay current with technology used by practicing lawyers!
This Thursday, April 11, 2013 from 12-1pm in classroom 1337 the law library is offering a workshop titled Technology for Lawyers. Come learn how to use your tablet or smartphone to conduct a variety of legal tasks like word processing, e-filing, time tracking & billing, and blogging. You’ll also learn about some innovative software for presenting your case in the courtroom. This workshop is designed to be interactive, so please bring your devices!
Can't make it this week? The Law Library offers workshops on many different topics during the semester. Take a look at our library workshops page to view a list of workshop descriptions and a link to the workshop calendar.
Don’t forget the Library now offers legal research instruction tailored for your study group! Any group of 5 or more can order a custom session. To request a session, complete this form.
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24. April 2012 10:32
Interning or clerking this summer and need some tips on how to conduct cost-effective research? Want to learn about some key litigation resources using Lexis Advance to help you read, prepare and draft legal briefs, pleadings and motions?
Please join our LexisNexis representative Ted Ashton this Thursday, April 26, 2012 for training.
- 12-1pm in Classroom 1937
- 5-6pm in Classroom 1743
Please bring any questions you might have!