Access to Justice Arizona

The Arizona Supreme Court is committed to offering access to justice resources and programming to communities across the state. 

In partnership with courts, legal aid organizations, the State Bar of Arizona, and the Arizona Bar Foundation, among others, Access to Justice Arizona is a centralized information hub where you’ll find legal help resources and events, court-sponsored initiatives, and self-help tools.

The Court also welcomes school and community groups to observe oral arguments and/or meet with an appellate court judge. To learn more, use the links below to submit a form or email [email protected].

Guide to Arizona’s Courts

This year, the Arizona Supreme Court celebrates Law Day (May 1) by reintroducing: The Family Circus Visits the Courts. In 2003, Bil Keane and The Family Circus gifted the Arizona Administrative Office of the Courts with custom comic strips that help to illustrate the court system in Arizona and the people involved and a booklet was created. Copies of the booklet are available free of charge to the public and can be requested by contacting Alicia Moffatt of the Court’s communication office at [email protected]. View a downloadable version here

To request copies of The Family Circus Visits the Courts please use the form here.

Access to Justice Events upcoming Legal Talk or Law Clinic here.
State Bar of Arizona Free Legal Aid Clinic Calendar


American Bar Foundation Free Legal Answers
AZLawHelp Legal Assistance
Arizona Foundation For Legal Services
Arizona Supreme Court Self-Service Center and Legal Information Hub
Maricopa County Probate Lawyers Assistance 
Step Up to Justice Apply for Help
      Helps low income families in Pima County.
Southern Arizona Legal Aid

Speaker Requests/Group Visit Requests

Do you have a group, organization, or class that is interested in watching Arizona Supreme Court Oral Arguments or meet with an Arizona Supreme Court Justice?

Submit an Arizona Supreme Court Visit Request form here.

Sign-up for Updates

Sign-up for updates from the Arizona Administrative Office of the Courts here.