Did you know that there are two legal digital resources available to library card holders?
- The Legal Information Reference Center has over 500 full text reference books and publications for the general public. There are over 13,000 state-specific, federal and multi-state legal forms. It has many of the popular NOLO legal books that can be read along with print-ready forms. Topics covered include:
- Business & Corporations
- Family Affairs & Divorce,
- Immigration & Travel
- Money & Financial Planning
- Wills & Estate Planning
- Patents, Copyright & Trademarks
- Property & Real Estate
- Rights & Disputes
You can access Legal Information Reference Center from anywhere with an internet connect and your library card via the library’s website by clicking here.
- While more geared for those in the legal profession, Westlaw is a robust legal research service. It contains case law, articles, publications, news, court documents, arbitration information, statutes and more. This service is only available in-person at the Albright Memorial Library computers.
Community members may also visit the Lackawanna County Law Library Monday-Friday. For more information about the Law Library click here.