How do I…
FAQ 1. Contact the Law Library?
Call the Reference Desk at 916-874-6012 or the Circulation Desk at 916-874-8541, or email the Law Library.
FAQ 2. Donate to the Law Library?
Donations can be made to the Sacramento County Public Law Library. To donate via credit card or PayPal, click here to donate now. You can also contact Janet Rollins for more information: (916) 874-7297, email@example.com. Keep in mind, our donations are NOT tax deductible.
FAQ 3. View a video?
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The Law Library sells online videos of our popular MCLE classes. Click here for a listing of available MCLE videos. Once you’ve found the video you’d like to purchase, simply click “Add to Cart” and follow the prompts on the screen to purchase the video. Our website offers many free self-help videos, as well.
FAQ 4. Find forms?
Many commonly requested forms, such as Deeds, Affidavits, Homesteads, Powers of Attorney, and Mechanics Liens, are available for free from our Legal Forms page. If you are looking for forms for a specific legal procedure, try our Law 101 page, which offers Step-by-Step guides with sample forms for many common legal procedures. Official court forms are available online as well:
- California’s official forms from the Judicial Council website
- Sacramento County Superior Court’s Local Forms
- Federal court forms from the United States Courts
FAQ 5. Find parking?
Metered parking is available on the streets surrounding the Law Library. More Info
FAQ 6. Get a Law Library card?
There are two borrowing programs available at the Law Library: Regular Borrowers and Deposit Patrons. See which applies to you
FAQ 7. Join the Law Library’s emailing list?
The library’s Electronic Mailing List enables you to receive three or four announcements a month about upcoming events and other information related to the Sacramento County Public Law Library. Click here to join the list
FAQ 8. Place a hold?
Patrons may place hold requests on Law Library material that is currently checked out to another patron. More Info
FAQ 9. Register for a class?
The Law Library offers a variety of continuing education classes. MCLE classes require pre-registration. This may be done online from the Law Library’s website. Space is not reserved until payment is received. More Info
Workshops offered by our Civil Self-Help Center do not require pre-registration.
FAQ 10. Renew Law Library materials?
Renewals may be made by calling the Circulation Desk at (916) 874-8541. You may also renew material online, via the Law Library’s online catalog. More Info
FAQ 11. Request an interlibrary loan?
The library can arrange to borrow materials from other libraries for a patron through interlibrary loan. More Info
FAQ 12. Reserve a meeting room?
The Law Library offers space for meetings, seminars, workshops and/or depositions. More Info