Court Night

Twice a year the Arizona Superior Court in Pima County in conjunction with the Pima County Bar Association, offers Court Night - free presentations designed to educate the public about legal issues and our local legal system. Sessions are offered twice each Court Night date so that you can choose the time most convenient to attend or have an opportunity to catch two of the talks.

We invite you to join us for a practical overview of the subject matters listed below:

  • Divorce/Custody: Start to Finish
  • Divorce/Custody: Change/Modify
  • Probate/Guardianship/Conservatorship

All Court Night presenters, who are attorney-members of the Pima County Bar Association, will follow the same basic outline in each session:

  1. They will provide a brief introduction to the topic.
  2. They will walk through related legal issues and common concerns.
  3. They will answer basic legal questions.

For most seminars, free printed materials regarding the subject will also be offered.

Keep in mind, specific cases will not be discussed, and individualized legal advice will not be provided.

In addition to the sessions, representatives from the Child Support Division of the Arizona Attorney General’s Office will answer questions regarding your child support and/or obligation situation.

Other legal-system justice partners and court departments will be at the event as well, providing useful resources and help. Additionally, a representative from the court’s Law Library and Resource Center will be available to answer questions and help explain the forms and information the court makes available online, or at low or no-cost in the law library.

Session Times:

  • Session 1 – 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
  • Session 2 – 5:45 pm to 7:15 pm

The departments and agencies represented at Court Night are:

  • The Pima County Bar Association (co-sponsor of the event)
    • Lawyer Referral Service (a division of the Pima County Bar Association)
      • Providing lawyer referrals and information about reduced-fee lawyer services
  • Office of the Arizona Attorney General – Child Support Services
    • Offering help with child-support calculations
  • Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court
    • Offering basic legal forms and details about initiating a court case, obtaining marriage licenses, passports and orders of protection, and more.
  • Pima County Juvenile Justice Center
    • Providing information about the juvenile justice system for families with children under the age of 18 including adoption and guardianships, Family Drug Court, the ACES program, and more.
  • Superior Court's Family Law Conciliation Court
    • Offering information about free mediation, parent education services and community resources for Pima County families
  • Superior Court’s Interpreter’s Office
    • Providing an overview of interpretation and translation services offered by the Court and has on hand Spanish bilingual brochures and literature.
  • Superior Court’s Law Library and Resource Center
    • Offering helpful information for self-represented litigants and the public about the forms, packets and services available in the library, access to documents and templates on the Court’s website, and much more.

Interpreter Availability:

Spanish-speaking interpreters are in attendance during the event to assist you. Other language support may be requested by calling 520.724.3888


Parking is free at both locations


None, all Court Night sessions and materials are FREE 


Not required

For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or dial 520.724.4264

Event Properties

Event Date 10/15/2019 4:00 pm
Event End Date 10/15/2019 7:15 pm
Individual Price Free
Location Herbert K. Abrams Public Health Building
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