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Court Programs Unit
Developing new and improved resources.

The Court Programs Unit provides technical assistance, project management, committee support, and related services to the appellate, general, and limited jurisdiction courts of Arizona.

  • Access to justice resources and programs
  • Record management & retention standards 
  • Jury management support and public education programs
  • Review and implement legislative proposals impacting courts
  • Strategic planning
  • Forms development
  • Family law, parenting education and child support projects
  • Domestic violence projects, forms and education
  • Modernize and improve procedural rules and processes embedded in those rules
  • Resources and programs designed to increase diversity representation in the legal profession

Legislative Report

When legislation is enacted, summaries and implementation impacts are provided. Updates are available by case category, court level, bills by house of origin, chapter number, and jurisdiction or as a single report.



Rules Impact Report

The Arizona Supreme Court adopts new court rules and rule amendments during its annual rules agendas. The rules summary document describes the potential impact of some of these rule changes.



Court Forms

Court forms are available on the Self-Service Center for various case types, such as family law, name change, criminal, probate and eviction. Spanish versions of these forms are available on El Centro de Autoservicio.



Committees, Commissions, and Task Forces

The unit staffs several standing committees and commissions as well as ad-hoc committees, task forces, and workgroups. For a complete list of all Supreme Court committees and commissions, go to /committeescommissions/.

Contact Us
Division Main Line: (602) 452-3358
Arizona Supreme Court
Administrative Office of the Courts
1501 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ 85007