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The Lawyers in the Library Program is a countywide service coordinated by the Alameda County Law Library and staffed by volunteer attorneys. Volunteers provide free consultation and referrals on a wide variety of issues including landlord tenant disputes, probate matters, employment problems, and other general consumer issues. These consultations take place at public libraries (including Alameda County Law Library) on a rotating basis throughout the month. The Lawyers in the Library program is an important step in the library’s mission of providing access to justice its community.
Every library has a different procedure for signing up to see a volunteer attorney. Please call the library hosting the Lawyers in the Library session nearest you to find out how you can meet with a volunteer lawyer through Lawyers in the Library.
Questions? Are you an attorney interested in volunteering? Contact Lawyers in the Library, (510) 272-6486.