MENDOCINO Co., 9/17/10 — There comes a time in everyone’s life where they might have a legal question — and now residents on the coast will have a new free resource to turn to, thanks to a collaboration between the Mendocino County LawLibrary and the Fort Bragg Library branch. The branch will host a new research station, which will include a number of digital law resources, so that residents can independently conduct legal research.
For inland residents, the Mendocino County Law Library is located within the Mendocino County Courthouse in downtown Ukiah; more information is available here.
Here’s the full announcement:
LEGAL RESEARCH STATIONPress release from Mendocino County Libraries, 9/16/19.
AVAILABLE AT THE FORT BRAGG LIBRARY
The Fort Bragg Library is hosting a Legal Research Station in collaboration with the Mendocino County Law Library. This station expands the Law Library’s offerings of legal information to people on the Coast.
These online resources include Westlaw, CEB Essential Legal Forms, CEB OnLAW, Legal Opinions of the CA Attorney General (Monthly Opinions) and a link to the County Law Library’s home page.
One-hour sessions are available with an additional hour if no one is waiting. We ask that you see library staff for a computer pass and bring a USB drive to save any work. This is a self-service station, requiring some expertise in law or the ability to conduct independent research online and is not for use as an internet station. Public printing and our copier are available for 10-cents a page.
For more information, please contact the Fort Bragg Library at 707-964-2020