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Open - Limited Physical Access
Effective June 1, 2020, the Law Library will provide in-person service to the public by appointment only. While will we will attempt to accommodate expedited assistance, you should call well in advance of any legal deadlines. In-person services are reserved for those patrons we cannot assist remotely. Staff may need information from you in order to detemine what materials we can provide via email or postal mail. An appointment request form will be provided if we determine we cannot provide the information remotely. Unassisted access to our physical collection is not available at this time. Qualified borrowers and those withafter-hours access should call to determine the availability of needed materials. In an effort to keep our patrons and employees safe, we have implemented and are strictly enforcing social distancing rules for all visitors to the Law Library. You can view or download our Social Distancing Protocol for more information.
Remote Research Services
Due to partnerships with our legal database publishers, we are currently able to provide you with home/office access to :•Fast Case - Case Law, Statutes, Court Rules Authority Check •WestLaw - 20 hours of research outside the Law Library•CEB Pro - CEB Treatises and Pratice Guides (through June 30)•NOLO Press - Self help guides and forms You can find more information about how to access these services on our Legal Databases PageDeposition and Meeting Rooms Available Our conference rooms will accomodate socially distanced depositions, client meetings, and conference calls for meetings of up to 6 people. Please call us to discuss social distancing requirements, safety protocols and availability.
Pursuant to Gov. Newsom’s Exec.Order 25-20, The June meeting of the Board of Trustees will be held via remote attemdance. Instructions are availble on with the agenda. If you wish to provide public comment, please contact us.