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Arizona Bar Foundation

Promoting access to justice for all Arizonans.

The Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education a 501(c) 3 organization started in 1978, with the mission of promoting access to justice for all Arizonans. The Foundation strives to fulfill this mission with a two-step approach: preparing Arizona youth for civic responsibility and supporting legal information and services to Arizonans in need. Through the provision of technical and financial assistance to probation & resource officers, teachers & administrators, private attorneys & judges, and legal service attorneys & advocates, the Foundation works to level the playing field, so that all in Arizona have knowledge and access to the justice system.
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Our Partners


This website is brought to you in part through the partnership and generosity of the Administrative offices of the Courts. The Arizona Constitution authorizes an administrative director and staff to assist the Chief Justice with administrative duties.  Under the direction of the Chief Justice, the administrative director and the staff of the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) provide the necessary support for the supervision and administration of all state courts.

Our History


In 2006, the then Arizona Chief Justice Ruth McGregor, set out on a mission to ensure that all seniors were aware of their rights. She had heard of a publication that was created by the State Bar of California called Seniors & the Law: a Guide for Maturing Californians and thought this would be the perfect publication to bring to Arizona. Through the diligent efforts of the Administrative Office of the Courts, the State Bar of Arizona, and the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education attorneys were gathered to create an Arizona senior publication. In the burgeoning years of the internet, Chief Justice McGregor and the Administrative Offices of the Courts realized that this information also needed to be made available online to reach all seniors. With that idea in mind, the website was designed and information from the publication was used to create LawforSeniors.org. The official LawforSeniors.org website launched on October 6th, 2006. Since that time, with the continued support from the Arizona Supreme Court, the website has been continually updated, redesigned, and expanded to ensure that seniors always know their rights.
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This website has been prepared for general information purposes only. The information on this website is not legal advice. Legal advice is dependent upon the specific circumstances of each situation. Also, the law may vary from state-to-state or county-to-county, so that some information in this website may not be correct for your situation. Finally, the information contained on this website is not guaranteed to be up to date. Therefore, the information contained in this website cannot replace the advice of competent legal counsel licensed in your jurisdiction.

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