State Bar of Arizona Legal Publications
AZCLE® Publications address more than twenty areas of law practice, utilizing a volunteer corps of hundreds of experienced and respected practitioners, judges and professionals to help fellow colleagues improve their practice and professionalism.

Publications Released in 2015

Arizona Trial Practice Manual, 2015

This “how to” book teaches the practitioner the essentials of Arizona Trial practice. From motions in limine to post-trial motions, every aspect of a trial is examined in detail.
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Arizona Civil Remedies, 4th Ed. 2015

A best-seller since 1982, this nuts-and-bolts resource provides a practical approach to commercial and consumer law topics. You’ll find lots of “how-to” details on handling claims, reducing claims to judgment, and enforcing judgments once they’re obtained. Simply put, this book gives you the mechanics of getting money that your client is owed. With over 100 pages of forms, sensible advice on common practice problems, and concise explanations of pertinent substantive and procedural issues, Arizona Civil Remedies is one of the most useful books a lawyer can own!
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Community Association Law in Arizona, New 5th Ed. 2015

The only one-stop resource that brings you everything you need to know about condominiums and planned communities plus the requisite forms to form a community association.
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Arizona Appellate Handbook, Vols. 1A & 1B, 6th edition 2015

Written by expert judges and practitioners in appellate law, this new edition was updated to cover the newly adopted Arizona Rules of Civil Appellate Procedure.
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Arizona Legal Ethics Handbook, 3rd ed. 2015

A comprehensive treatment of the “law of lawyering,” as it has been developed and articulated by the Arizona courts and disciplinary authorities. The third edition includes amendments to Arizona's ethical rules adopted by the Arizona Supreme Court through January 2015, including amendments based on the ABA's Ethics 20/20 Commission's amendments to the Model Rules.
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The Regulation of Arizona Contractors (aka The Orange Book), 2nd ed. 2015

A 500+ page volume containing more than 250 pages of insightful explanatory text, tips and pointers by a 20-year veteran Arizona construction lawyer.
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Bills, Quills, and Stills, ABA Press 2015

Arizona lawyer and scholar Robert J. McWhirter’s monumental history of the Bill of Rights traces the origins of the amendments over the centuries. This book belongs on the bookshelf of every lawyer, history buff, and citizen.
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Arizona Legal Malpractice Law, 2015

This treatise covers cases where clients sue their attorney, alleging under one or more legal theories that the attorney’s error or omission caused them recoverable damages.
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Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet, 13th Ed. 2015

Much of the information that was once only available to professional researchers from expensive, fee-based sources is now available for free on the Internet, if you know how to find it. The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet will show you how to be your own cyber-detective and unearth this information FREE (or at low cost!) on the Web.
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Arizona Tort Law Handbook, 2012 & new 2015 Supplement

Revised Chapters: Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Products Liability, and Punitive Damages
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