Resource Spotlight: Nolo
Nolo publications are one of the law library’s most popular resources. They are available not only as print books, but also as electronic books available remotely through our Legal Databases webpage. This means that even though are physical locations are closed, you can still access these helpful resources from home. If you need some guidance, we have a great webinar of our YouTube channel to help you!
If you haven’t heard of this series of books before, they are easy-to-use and provide information and forms with examples for many common legal issues. Some of the most frequently used titles are:
- California Tenants’ Rights
- The California Landlord’s Law Book: Rights and Responsibilities
- Nolo’s Essential Guide to Child Custody and Support
- Everybody’s Guide to Small Claims Court in California
- Living Wills and Powers of Attorney for California
- How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Nolo, formerly known as Nolo Press, was founded in 1971 by two attorneys in Berkeley, California. Nolo specializes in do-it-yourself legal publications and software. Their products are designed to help people handle simple legal matters on their own. Nolo focuses on common areas of law and uses easy to understand language. And, even though they encourage people to handle their legal matters on their own when it is reasonable to do so, they recommend hiring professional legal help for complex or disputable legal matters.
Remote access to NOLO is just one of the many resources that we have made available to help you with your legal issues during the COVID-19 crisis. Check out our Classes, Legal Databases, and COVID-19 Legal Issues pages for more information! If you have any questions about our webinars or accessing our legal databases, please contact us via email or telephone for more information or assistance.