Special Hours Notice

The Seattle and Kent Law Libraries will be closing at noon on Friday, October 26, 2018 for staff training.

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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.

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Public Law Library of King County – 2017 Annual Report

October 4, 2018

The Public Law Library of King County’s 2017 Annual Report is here.  Highlights include discussions of our expanded Subscriber Program services, a new lunch-time CLE series and the remodel of our web site. Read more

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Beware of Casemaker Imposter Site

September 26, 2018

According to the Washington State Bar Association, there is an impostor site masquerading as the official Casemaker site at casemakerpro-dot-com.  If you have accidentally provided your logon credentials to this phishing scam, please change your Casemaker password right away through mywsba.org. Read more

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“Can I Vote?” Flowcharts to Help You Understand Voting Rights

September 21, 2018

The Washington State office of the ACLU has posted helpful “Can I Vote?” flowcharts to help people with criminal convictions figure out if they are eligible to vote.  The flowcharts are written in seven languages–English, Chinese, Korean, Oromo, Spanish, Somali and Vietnamese.  A person convicted as an adult of a… Read more

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