This guide was designed to help public patrons with legal research needs on a variety of topics. The first part of the guide provides references to general legal resources in print and on the internet. The list of general resources is followed by a list of print and electronic legal resources organized alphabetically by legal topic.
The links on this page are to free websites, to information about books available in the Ross-Blakley Law Library, and to electronic books available on the ASU library computers. ASU students, faculty, and staff can also access electronic books using their ASUrite passwords.
The Ross-Blakley Law Library has many helpful research guides. We also have a webpage especially for the public listing resources that are useful for public patrons. If you need legal advice or help in finding an attorney, see Legal Advice in the Phoenix Area.
See the Ross-Blakley Law Library's research guide on Starting and Running a Business for more information.
Family Advocate, the membership magazine of the ABA Section of Family Law, (available at K6.A5 and through HeinOnline) occasionally has issues written for clients:
See the Ross-Blakley Law Library's research guide on Residential Landlord and Tenant Laws for more information. The James E. Rogers College of Law Library website also has an Arizona Residential Landlord-Tenant Law resource guide that provides links to relevant Arizona statutes and websites.
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