We will be closed on Monday, January 18 in observance of  Martin Luther King Jr Day.  The holiday honors his life and work as a civil rights leader and Nobel Peace Prize recipient. Signed into law by President Ronald Regan on November 2, 1983, the holiday was first observed in 1986. The holiday has been observed in all 50 States since 2000.

Our remote assistance appointments,  Virtual Front Deskemail, telephone, and statewide chat services will resume on Tuesday, January 19. Our physical locations remain closed due to current health guidelines.

While the library is closed, you can access our online resources like our Self-Help Center, Motion & Research Guides, Free Legal Websites, and access our NOLO database from home.