Newest NBI books available at the Downtown Law Library.
National Business Institute (NBI) is a resource for Arizona specific legal materials and seminars. NBI offers on-demand materials, books, CD’s and DVD’s for most states.
NBI books are continuing legal education (CLE) courses offered to attorneys. NBI prints a book of the course and then sells them to the public. For more about NBI click here.
These books can be invaluable for finding Arizona topic specific laws and pertinent secondary information when no other exists. NBI books are not your typical treatises; the books have a table of contents but no index and often look as though the course handouts were scanned in.
Come check out the Downtown Law Library’s NBI collection next time your looking for a needle in an Arizona haystack: Law Library NBI books.
Westlaw Next announced Key Number changes .
The changes resulted in the following new topics:
- Election Law
- Threats, Stalking and Harassment
- Updated -> Federal Civil Procedure
WEST KEY NUMBER SYSTEM ON WESTLAW NEXT
Don’t miss out on the last Westlaw Next Patron Access Class of the 2013 – Tuesday, November 5th at 9am.
Call 602-506-3461 to register, class size is limited.
There is also a COJET for county employees later in the month of November, call or look online at your training department page for more details if you are eligible.
Understanding the Basics of Arizona Case Law and Statutory Law:
A Law Day Presentation
Have you ever wondered what is meant by “case law” and “statutory law”? In conjunction with Law Day, Law Library staff will be presenting a program outlining the basics of Arizona case law and Arizona statutory law. Participants will learn the difference between the two. An overview of the Arizona court system and why it is important to understand its structure will also be discussed. Information on reading case law and statutory citations as well as the basics of finding case and statutory law will be covered.
Please join us on Law Day, Wednesday, May 1st at 101 W. Jefferson from 12:15 – 1:15 in the Cordova Room.
You can reach the Law Library at 602-506-3461 for more information.