Phoenix School of Law is a student practice-ready institution. As part of the mission, the Law Library staff is committed to helping students become better researchers. Our librarians can help you locate information, identify relevant print and electronic resources, and develop search strategies for catalogs, databases, and Internet search engines.
Personalized Research Help
The library staff can assist you in person, by phone, and by Chat or by email. We can help you identify library resources, develop search strategies, or answer questions about electronic products. Call (602) 682-6898 for telephone research help. If you prefer to email your request, send to email@example.com. If you'd like to ask a question to a specific librarian, please see the Law Library Staff Directory.
Try out our Chat Research service (view our Chat Research Policy & FAQ):
Research Support for Faculty
The library staff is committed to helping faculty with their teaching and scholarship. Librarians are available to
- Deliver guest lectures on how to research certain topics
- Recommend print and electronic resources for student use
- Locate sources to be used in faculty scholarship
Legal Research and Legal Advice
Librarians help you use the library and its collections, but they cannot provide substantive advice on a legal problem, interpret legal materials for you, or explain how the law applies to your particular case.