The challenges that solo practitioners face are legion. And although the playing field may have been somewhat leveled over the past decade through widespread access to technology, the sledding may still be rather tough.
One Arizona development aims to make things a little easier, for solos or for any lawyer who may require access to legal research. This week, the Phoenix School of Law announced its Law Library Bar Access Program. Through it, lawyers and judges may gain “access to [the school’s] physical and online collections,” both at its downtown Phoenix location or via their own computers.
And here is a list of those who may apply for membership in the program:
- Active members of the State Bar of Arizona
- Active members of any tribal bar
- Inactive members of any state or tribal bar engaged in pro bono service…
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