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Library Services for Alumni & Attorneys

Reference & Research

Alums and members of the local bar are welcome to use the law library and reference services for their legal research needs during regular library hours. There are many research databases available when visiting the law library including: Hein Online (journals and government document collections); BNA titles (including US Law Week and subject-specific titles); CCH Intelliconnect (including tax and securities collections); Investment Arbitration Reporter; Jurisnotes (copyright, patent and trademark case summaries); Proquest Congressional and Proquest Legislative Insight (current and historic bills and legislative histories); many journal collections for literature searches and more. Access these through any public library computer in the main floor reference area or on the lower level near the staircase.

Law Library Community User Information

UA Alumni residing in Arizona and members of the local bar may apply for a Law Library Community User Card in order to check out materials. The Law LIbrary Community User Card allows members to borrow regularly-circulating materials from the Law Library. The following criteria apply to all attorney borrowers:

Computing & Technology

The library has a number of public computers for legal research purposes and members of the local bar are welcome to use the public printers to print their research. The library also has several copy machines located throughout the library.

Inquire at the Circulation Desk for more information.

Photocopy Service

The library does not have the resources to support a copy service. However, as noted above, there are several copying machines located throughout the library.

Page Updated:  16 Jan 2014