Joel D. Valdez Main Library. Whether you are looking for court forms, doing legal research, representing yourself in court or trying to find a lawyer, the Law Library and Resource Center staff can help you find the legal information you need.The Law Library and Resource Center is open to the public and located on the second floor of the Superior Court building in downtown Tucson, near our
The Law Library and Resource Center has a non-circulating (books can be used inside the law library only) collection dedicated to law that includes 400 titles that are searchable through the Pima County Public Library Catalog. Their print collection focuses primarily on Family Law and Arizona Law.
In addition to books, the law library provides court-specific legal forms; public computers; photocopiers; printers; study areas; and free access to legal research databases such as Westlaw; LexisNexis; Gale Legal Forms; and HeinOnline.
On the Law Library's website, you’ll find pages such as Find a Lawyer; Glossary of Legal Terms; Free Legal Clinics; and Self-Help Legal Resources that are full of helpful tips you can access 24/7.
Explore the Law Library and Resource Center’s website, give them a call, email them, or come downtown to see them in person. You’ll be pleased with what you discover.
Law Library and Resource Center
Superior Court in Pima County
110 West Congress Street, Room 256
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday (except Court Holidays)