The State Bar of Arizona offers many online products and services to make your professional life more efficient. To gain full access to them, you must use your Member Login. If you don't remember your user name and password here, click here.
As a member of the State Bar of Arizona, you need to remember two important deadlines each year:
||Pay your annual membership fees
||File your MCLE Affidavit
The Bar provides online tools to pay your fees and file your affidavit:
Annual Fees Statement
File and pay your annual fees statement online.
CLE Affidavit Tool
Helps you track your CLE as you take it. Seminars you take from the State Bar are automatically updated for you.
Find a Lawyer
Every attorney who has ever been a member of the State Bar of Arizona is listed in Find a Lawyer, a search tool located in the upper right-hand corner of azbar.org’s homepage. You can use the tool to quickly search for a colleague by name, firm, or area of practice. It is the most up-to-date directory of Arizona lawyers.
State Bar of Arizona members (active, judicial and over-70) can now save thousands of dollars on legal research costs through this online legal research tool. It gives you Federal Law, access to State Law in all 50 states, and Special Courts including Board of Tax Appeals and U.S. Customs Court. We even give you access to free tutorials!
Find an Expert
Whether you are seeking expert analysis, reporting or testimony for your next case, or are in need of specialized consultation, you'll find expert witness listings quickly and easily with this handy online tool.
Arizona Attorney Career Center
The Career Center offers help wanted and employment ads for all law office jobs: attorneys, lawyers, prosecutors, in-house counsel, administrators, paralegals, legal secretaries, etc. Includes free job search and free resume posting.
Our Find a Lawyer tool gets a monthly average of 63,500 visits from lawyers and clients looking for a lawyer. As a State Bar member, you get a free bio in Find a Lawyer. Your bio includes self-reported information such as firm, business address, phone number, and areas of practice.
Arizona Attorney is published 11 times a year and is the official journal for the State Bar of Arizona. With a circulation of 23,500, it reaches every licensed attorney and judge in the state, as well as more than 100 of the legal administrators and legal marketers at our most successful firms.
Special guides, including the Expert Witness Guide, Member-to-Member Referral Guide, Estate, Probate and Elder Law Guide, ADR & Mediation Guide and Certified Legal Specialist Guide, are published online and in print. They provide additional opportunities to promote your practice.
For more information, please contact Marc Levine at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602.340.7306.
The Arizona Supreme Court has emphasized the need for electronic case filing. The AZTurboCourt application is now available for use state-wide for those firms filing civil subsequent matters in Maricopa and Pima Superior Courts as well as Arizona Supreme Court and Court of Appeals Division One. Work is underway to allow for e-filing of civil initiating documents statewide. To get started, view their training video.
All SBA members in good standing can create Superior Court civil subpoenas for all Arizona counties using this online wizard. Save on messenger fees, travel time and parking fees and file subpoenas from the comfort of your own office -- 24/7.