Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Want to search Montgomery County, Maryland, or the U.S. Codes? Have a look at our Codes & Cases guide to legal information on local and federal codes. There you can also find links to search Maryland and Federal Case Records. There is a lot of other great links to legal information as well such as the Maryland Building Codes, Maryland Register, Federal Register, and more!
Looking for legal e-books like Filing and Winning Small Claims for Dummies or The Gale Encyclopedia of Everyday Law? Have a look at the Gale Virtual Reference Library where you'll find e-books that can be read online and are always available!
Legal Forms from Gale. They have a great variety of legal forms. You can find legal forms to help you with Affidavits, Civil Actions, Divorce, Elder Law, Landlord Tenant, Loans and Lending, Real Estate, Trusts, Wills, and many more. A great addition is that if you get stuck understanding some legalese, there's a legal definitions section you can browse or search. Links to tax forms for each state are included. If you need an attorney but don't know who specializes in a specific type of law you need, try the Attorney Directory. You select the state you are looking for and then legal specialization.
Thinking about going to law school or getting ready to take the LSAT? The online Testing and Education Reference Center provides a LSAT test prep e-book, a complete subject review, and test-taking strategies, It also include practice tests.
Looking for legal aid, referrals, or mediation services? We've gathered some resources to help! We have a list of legal aid organizations that offer help to customers who meet their income specifications. There are directories and referrals to lawyers and organizations that provide mediation services.
Montgomery County Circuit Court Law Library, is located in Rockville and is open to everyone. In Annapolis, an equally great resource is the Maryland State Law Library. If you can't go there in person, you can chat online, email, or call the law librarians there. The Library of Congress also has its own Law Library, the world's largest!
President Theodore Roosevelt once said, "Ours is a government of liberty, by, through and under the law. No man is above it, and no man is below it." At MCPL, we're happy to help you find the legal information, resources, and referrals you need!