Apr 28, 2019
Marin County Law Library Update
Apr 28, 2019
By Donald Drummond
Much is new at the Marin County Law Library. We are excited to report that our brand new interactive online catalogue is up and running. Check it it out here. Both legal professionals and those who are self-represented can search for publications they need. If you do not see what you are looking for, contact us about obtaining the publication from another law library by interlibrary loan. We can order the publication you seek for a fee (to cover postage) and make it available for your use at the Marin County Law Library for a period of two weeks.
Other items of note are:
- The new Friends of the Marin County Law Library program is revving up under the guidance of board chair Jonathan Frieman. Stay tuned for details.
- The Lawyers in the Library program, matching volunteer lawyers with patrons, continues to be very active; attorney volunteers specializing in landlord/tenant matters are always in demand. If you'd like to volunteer, please contact Mee Mee Wong or sign up online.
- A class entitled Introduction to Legal Research on Westlaw will be offered on June 19 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Law Library. One hour of CLE credit is available. The cost will be $25 for attorneys and $12 for non-attorneys. Call 415-472-3733 to reserve a place in the class.
- The Law Library is selling a current set of California Forms of Pleading and Practice for $5,775 or best offer. Inquire at 415-472-3733.
Mr. Drummond is on the Board of Trustees for the Marin County Law Library.