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- Attend a Class: Classes & CLEs are returning to the Public Law Library of King County! Visit out our classes page for up-to-date class schedules and registration information.
- Purchase & Download Forms: Visit our forms page to find forms available for purchase and immediate download.
- Other Services: Curious about what the Public Law Library can do for you? Check out the different services we offer.
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Attend a Class
Classes & CLEs are returning to the Public Law Library of King County! Visit out our classes page for up-to-date class schedules and registration information.
Get Help at a Clinic
Today, more people are representing themselves in legal proceedings than anytime in the past. The library’s effort to provide limited legal help is part of a statewide movement to meet the ever-growing unmet legal needs of Washington residents.
Subject Matter Forms More than 600,000 up-to-date national and state-specific forms and other drafting resources, including text forms, official PDF forms (eforms), along with checklists and clauses. Examples: Motion for Extension of Time to Answer Interrogatories; Prenuptial Property Agreements; Form Drafting Guide – Checklist – Information to be obtained and matters to be considered when … Read more
In response to a recent uptick in immigration enforcement activities around Washington courthouses, Washington State Supreme Court Chief Justice Mary Fairhurst sent a letter to Secretary John Kelly of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security expressing concerns and possible solutions. Full text of the letter can be found by clicking here. Citing reports from lawyers … Read more
President Donald Trump’s proposed 2018 budget eliminates funding for the Legal Services Corporation (LSC). In his first budget proposal released Thursday, Trump is cutting discretionary spending to pay for an increase in defense spending and the wall on the Mexican border, the Washington Post reports. The LSC is among 19 agencies in line for total … Read more