This page is for teachers or students interested in Arizona's court system. It provides links to pages providing general information, games for students and curricula for teachers' classroom use.
A Guide to Arizona Courts is a guide that describes Arizona’s court system.
Arizona Bar Association provides information on attorney resources, finding a lawyer, resources about the State Bar and law related links.
The link to the Arizona Bar Foundation provides information about their curriculum, “We the People, Project Citizen.” It provides teacher resources and training opportunities. It also provides excellent links to other law related programs.
The link to BigChalk, the Education Network has information for teachers, parents, kids and anyone interested in exploring our world.
Governor’s Office. The Governor’s web page has an excellent kids' page full of state facts, nature, pictures and games. It even has a coloring book.
LawForKids.org is America's first stand alone web site dedicated to teaching children about the law. The site was created by the Arizona Bar Foundation with the specific goal of educating Arizona's youth, their parents, communities and schools to increase their knowledge about youth laws and to encourage law abiding behavior.
Maricopa County Attorney's Office Speaker's Bureau was created to provide basic, useful information in an effort to keep the citizens of Maricopa County aware of public policy, social issues, crime trends and the criminal justice system.
Meet the Justices gives brief biographies of the Arizona Supreme Court’s five justices.
iCivics (formerly Our Courts) is a web-based education project designed to teach students civics and inspire them to be active participants in our democracy. iCivics is the vision of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who is concerned that students are not getting the information and tools they need for civic participation, and that civics teachers need better materials and support.