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Online Research Guides:
These research guides take you through an online resource and help you learn to use it by teaching you to research a sample issue. These guides are not available to Internet Explorer users. In addition, pop-ups must be disabled on your browser to use these tutorials.
This guide shows you how to find out which Session Law (act of the legislature) created an Arizona Statute. This is the first step in your research when you are researching the legislative history of an Arizona Statute. Note that you need to have access to the “LexisNexis Academic” to use this guide. Right now members of the University of Arizona and Arizona State University communities may use the guide, as well as students at any law school listed on lsac.org who have access to LexisNexis Academic through their school. If you have access to LexisNexis Academic and you would like to be able to use the guide, please let me know by clicking the contact link at the bottom of the page or by leaving a comment below.
This guide shows you how to find legislative history information on particular Session Laws in Arizona. This guide uses the Arizona State Legislature’s website, so all you need is internet access to be able to use this guide. Note that
Print Research Guides:
These research guides are written instructions suggesting an approach to researching a legal topic. They may help you by demonstrating an approach to researching a particular issue, or they may just explain how to use a legal resource.
Last Updated: February 1, 2013 by