The Los Angeles County Law Library is closed to the public during the coronavirus pandemic. However, legal resources are still available online and by contacting reference librarians. (Google Street View)
The Los Angeles County Law Library, like all public libraries, is closed to the public until further notice during the Coronavirus period.
However, legal issues are always worrying and the library has resources that can help. Residents are encouraged to solve their legal problems, including but not limited to domestic violence, debt / money problems, eviction, foreclosure and unemployment, through the legal library's online services or by phone, email, or live chats with reference librarians .
The library has made its most popular classes available online and free of charge. Classes include business contracts, divorce and separation, estate and trusts, family law, landlord law, filing a civil lawsuit, finding a lawyer, litigation, trademarks, and patents. See the link www.lalawlibrary.org/onlineclasses-2020
The legal library also offers its lawyers the library program. Voluntary lawyers review legal issues during a free 20-minute consultation. Topics covered include bankruptcy, child support, contracts, credit card lawsuit / debt collection, elder abuse, estate planning, divorce and custody, housing, immigration, personal injury, estate, injunction, small businesses, small claims, and workers & # 39; Compensation.
Those interested in lawyers in the library must fill out a form on the library website. A representative will respond to set up the consultation. You can find the form here: forms.lalawlibrary.org/view.php?id=51191
The library has published a guide: "How does the COVID 19 emergency affect my legal problem?" See the instructions here www.lalawlibrary.org/component/k2/covid-19-resource-list
Professional legal reference librarians are available for research questions in three ways
Further information can be found in the legal library at www.lalawlibrary.org
When libraries can be reopened, the LACLL is located at 301 W. First St., Los Angeles.