The Washington County Law Library serves many people: pro se litigants, attorneys, judges, elected officials, state, local and federal government employees, legal researchers and writers, reporters, and students of all ages.
SERVICES AVAILABLE AT THE WASHINGTON COUNTY LAW LIBRARY
BEAVERTON OR TIGARD HOURS:
A law librarian will be at the Beaverton City Library on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 3pm to 7pm, and at the Tigard Public Library the second Thursday of the month from 3pm to 7pm. See our press release for more information.
- These events are canceled until further notice; updates will be posted to Facebook.
WHAT KINDS OF QUESTIONS ARE ASKED AT THE PUBLIC LAW LIBRARY?
- Look at our list of Sample Law Library Reference Questions to find out.
UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE OF LAW
- Library staff may not interpret the law or advise patrons regarding their legal rights. They may, however, assist patrons in locating information and navigating legal resources.