Completion of the Arizona Supreme Court Course on Arizona Law is a requirement pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 34(b)1.F for applicants of Admission on Uniform Bar Exam (testing in Arizona or transfer) and Supreme Court Rule 34(f)1.H for applicants of Admission on Motion.
The course highlights areas of law specific to Arizona, providing applicants a base of knowledge common to the practice of law in Arizona. Topics include Civil Procedure, Torts, Contracts, Criminal Procedure, Family Law, Real Property, Professional Responsibility and Constitutional Law. The course includes approximately six hours of video instruction along with supplemental materials and knowledge checks.
Online sessions are open enrollment and do not have a time or seat limitation.
Register at: http://azsc.server.tracorp.com/ by clicking the Register button and creating a user name and password. You must enter AOM/UBE as the Registration ACCESS in order to gain access to your courses.
Once you are logged in you may begin the course of study, proceeding at your own pace. There is a required order in which to complete the opening and closing modules of the program. Details are provided in the left-hand NEWS pane of the home screen. Other curriculum modules may be taken in any order, but you must conclude by completing the Course Evaluation in order to be recorded as having completed the entire program. Completion reports are generated and submitted to the Certification and Licensing Division of the Administrative Office of the Courts on Wednesday of each week.