Lawyers in the Library

The Lawyers in the Library program is a free information and referral program staffed by volunteer lawyers, coordinated by Legal Access Alameda and participating local public libraries.  In a one-on-one phone appointment, lawyers can answer questions on most legal topics. If legal help is required, people are referred to other agencies. The Lawyers in the Library program supports Legal Access’ vision of equal access to justice in Alameda County.

The different libraries have different Lawyers in the Library hours and programs available, such as speaking with tax attorneys and a Property Transfer Clinic. Visit their Lawyers in the Library webpages below for more information and to schedule an appointment online:

 Alameda County Library Lawyers in the Library
https://aclibrary.org/lawyers/

Berkeley Public Library Lawyers in the Library
https://www.berkeleypubliclibrary.org/events/lawyers-library-11

Oakland Public Library Lawyers in the Library
https://oaklandlibrary.bibliocms.com/lawyers-in-the-library/

Legal Access Alameda Lawyers in the Library page
https://www.vlsc-acba.org/lawyers-in-the-library 

Also see:

Alameda County Law Library Research Guides:

https://calcountylawlib.libguides.com/?b=g&d=a&group_id=14465

Alameda County Law Library research and library FAQs: 

https://alamedacountylaw.libanswers.com/