Arizona Attorney is the magazine published by the State Bar of Arizona 11 times per year. It features articles written by practicing attorneys on various legal issues. The magazine also includes Bar activities/events and summaries of recent appellate decisions from the Arizona courts.
Some articles discuss Arizona substantive laws. For example, the February 2014 issue contains articles discussing the recent amendments to case management and trial setting rules. The April 2014 issue has an article written by judges discussing Arizona Rules of Evidence 404(b) and the “Intrinsic Evidence” Test. Other articles deal with law practice management/technology and practice tips. For example, the past several October issues focus on law office technology.
The articles in Arizona Attorney are short and intended to serve as introductions to given topics. As with other secondary sources, the prudent researcher will learn more about the topic by examining the primary and secondary sources listed in the endnotes. The website enables researcher to find articles by authors, keyword, and by issues. Issues from August 1996 to October 2014 are available online.