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Clark County Law Library offers remote self-help

By , Columbian Assistant Metro Editor
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The Clark County Law Library is offering residents access to a free, self-help legal database on its website. This is a trial offer that will run through the end of January.

The database, known as NOLO, gives Clark County residents access to more than 200 self-help legal titles — with topics on business, family, immigration, real estate, court procedures and estate planning.

It can be accessed at https://clark.wa.gov/law-library.

“We are pleased to be able to offer this trial, self-help legal tool to the Clark County community,” Law Librarian Maria Sosnowski said in a news release.

Staff will track the analytics of the webpage to see if there is enough interest to potentially add it to its self-help materials.

“Maneuvering the legal system can be a daunting task, and not everyone can afford an attorney,” Sosnowski said. “Our job at the law library is to provide resources that help people with these legal needs.”

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