Arizona Law Schools Libraries


Arizona Law Schools Libraries

  • Phoenix - Phoenix School of Law Library

    PhoenixLaw has consciously structured and defined itself on the basis of some significant differentiations. PhoenixLaw sets itself apart on the basis of its culture; a student-centered orientation, an educational experience that prepares students for the practice of law, service to underserved communities, and the faculty‘s accountability for market-leading student outcomes. These distinguishing characteristics aim toward establishing PhoenixLaw as a benchmark institution for legal education in the 21st century.

  • Tempe - Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University Library

    The primary responsibility of the Ross-Blakley Law Library is to support the teaching and research functions of the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. The Library also supports Arizona State University faculty and students as well as community users who need to access legal materials that only the Law Library owns, including the federal documents depository collection .

  • Tucson - James E. Rogers College of Law, University of Arizona Library

    The Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library plays a vital role in fulfilling the College's dual mission of teaching and research with a collection of over 425,000 volumes and access to a host of legal and law-related online databases. Subject collections include the Foreign and International collection with a Mexican and Latin American emphasis, a Commonwealth collection, Government Documents (the Law Library has been a selective depository since 1991), and an Arizona collection. The Law Library also holds extensive water law, Native American and indigenous peoples law collections.

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