20. June 2013 10:09
The Library would like to announce the publication of the Arizona Legal Research Guide. This newest guide is a compilation of numerous helpful resources for different types of research on Arizona's laws, cases, regulations, and practice. The guide includes free resources proven to be very useful in real practice when costly subscription databases are no longer readily available.
There is also historical information and links to other compilations of resources expanding the materials available to you. Take a look for yourself. You can access the guide here: http://researchguides.phoenixlaw.edu/ArizonaLegalResearch
Alison Ewing's expertise in Arizona legal research was crucial to the composition of this guide.
4. June 2013 12:15
Considering tackling your AWR soon? Join us on Wednesday, June 5th from 12-1pm in the Law Library's Teaching Lab, Classroom 1337, for a workshop titled Getting Started on Your AWR. This workshop will expose you to the pre-research process. You will learn to identify research sources in order to narrow down topics and determine whether a chosen topic is practical - with enough accessible, available research. This workshop will also include a discussion on setting personal research deadlines. Please feel free to bring your lunch!
Would you like to gain a better understanding of a legal topic you are studying this summer? Are you interested in finding out more about the Law Library's Academic Success collection and Westlaw's online study aids? Come learn some tips for success from your very own Law Library staff this Wednesday, June 5th from 3-4pm. The Study Aids workshop will take place in the Library's Teaching Lab, located on the 13th floor in Classroom 1337.
Take a look at our library workshops page to view a list of workshop descriptions and a link to the workshop calendar.
10. May 2013 08:29
The PhoenixLaw Library recently published a Guide containing very helpful information on the requirements to acquire a license to practice law in Arizona right after law school. Access it by clicking here or going to: http://researchguides.phoenixlaw.edu/AZbarinfo
The Guide has links to the rules that govern Arizona's licensing requirements as well as links to forms, practice questions, and study aids available in the Library to help you prepare for the Uniform Bar Exam.
Further, the Guide explains the Character and Fitness process and the required Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam. There is also a list with links to email addresses for the Academic Success Department and a description of the Department's myBar Program.
It is never too early to look into what lies ahead after law school. The better informed you are, the better equipped you will be to handle what can be a very daunting process.
MBE subjects for the 200 multiple choice question part of the bar exam
3. May 2013 08:00
In a valuable new development, West is making flashcards available electronically to PhoenixLaw students through the Library-funded Study Aid subscription.
Log in to Westlaw with your Library-issued username and password and follow the instrucrtions below:
6. March 2013 11:29
Have you used the online study aids on Westlaw, provided by your Law Library? From the comfort of your own laptop, access ALL of the study aids published by Thomson Reuters/West. Here's how:
- Log-in at lawschool.westlaw.com
- At the top of the screen, click on My e-Products.
- Below the top menu bar, click on West Study Aids Subscription.
- Search for a study aid using the search box provided, or browse by subject to see all study aids available within that subject area.
Some helpful tips:
- Feel free to highlight pages, as the highlights will remain after you log off.
- Copy and pasting is allowed, if you need stuff for your personal notes.
- There is a limit to printing the study aids. Only 150 pages per 30 days.
- Printing is only to your attached printer- it does not print to the Westlaw printers.
Any questions, don't hesitate to Ask a Librarian!
Best of luck on your midterms!!