The Placer County Law Library is a local California State Agency and is governed by its own Board of Trustees under Business & Profession Code section 6340 et seq. It is not part of Placer County, or connected to the Placer County public library system.
The goal of the Law Library is to make law available for everyone to use. The Law Library is open to everyone for research and reference projects using the book collection and online resources. Online resources include CEB's OnLaw, WestLaw, Lexis, Dissomaster, Nolo books, and Hein-on-Line.
There are three public computers. You also can access the Law Library online services with your laptop in the Law Library or from adjacent areas such as the parking lot, or the benches in front of the Law Library.
If you know what you need, please consider emailing a request to [email protected] for copies rather than coming to the Law Library. There is no charge for this service
PROBATE, ESTATE, PLANNING ASSISTANCE
On the 2nd Thursday of every month, a local probate attorney is available to meet and answer questions concerning estate planning, probate, the probate process, wills and trusts, conservatorships, and related matters. This program is by appointment only. Email [email protected] to make an appointment.