The Law Library
The Law Library Services and Policies
The Duluth Law Library has the largest print collection of St. Louis County's three law libraries. The libraries all subscribe to the same online Westlaw service. Below is a description of the services available and the holdings of the three libraries. The library staff cannot help you fill out forms, interpret the law, or advise you of your legal rights.
Reference Services: A Library Representative is available in the Duluth Law Library to assist library users with print and electronic legal resources. Contact a Law Library Representative at 218-726-2611 or by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org. A part-time Library Representative is available in Hibbing (Tuesdays) and Virginia (Wednesdays). The library staff cannot provide legal advice, assist with filling out forms, or interpret the law.
Borrowing Library Materials: The Law Library in Duluth allows judges of the state, state officials, city and county officials, members of the Bar, and inhabitants of the County, to borrow legal materials.
WiFi: Wireless service is available at all St. Louis County Law Library locations.
E-mail: Send e-mails to: email@example.com.
Photocopying/Printing: All three Law Libraries have photocopiers and/or printers available for legal research purposes only.
Fax: All The Duluth Law Library will fax a reasonable number of copies upon request. The fax machine is available for use by employees only. The Law Library fax number is 218-726-2612. The library staff prefers requests for legal information be made by phone (218-726-2611) or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Billson Meeting Room: A small meeting room is available for individuals and small groups. Please reserve the room 24 hours in advance to secure it.
The St. Louis County Law Library provides resources to people who represent themselves in the MN District Courts. The information on this website is not intended as legal advice, but only as general information about legal reference services. Talk to a lawyer, if possible, before taking legal action to learn about your legal rights and options.
There is no attorney-client privilege or confidentiality of any information shared by a visitor and the Law Library or its staff. Staff of the Law Library must remain neutral and may provide services to all parties in a case. Law Library staff is not responsible for the outcome of a case. You should consult with an attorney if you desire personalized advice or strategy, confidential conversations, or if you wish to be represented by an attorney in court.
The Law Library tries to keep this website up to date, but makes no guarantees about the accuracy of this information and is not responsible for any consequences that may result from its use. If you are unsure whether you should use information on this website, talk to an attorney who is licensed to practice law in Minnesota.
The Law Library makes no endorsement or warranty of quality of services by linking to an outside organization from this website.