The Sacramento County Public Law Library serves the bench, bar and citizens of Sacramento County. The California County Law Library system was established in 1891. Sacramento County Public Law Library is the 6th largest of California’s 58 county law libraries with more than 65,000 volumes. The library is a practice library, focusing on practical materials for attorneys and lay persons.
Use of the library’s collection is free to all who enter the library. A team of highly skilled professional, technical, and clerical staff works together to provide appropriate resources to meet the legal research and information needs of library patrons.
The Sacramento County Public Law Library staff strives to provide excellent service to all members of our diverse community, to respect the dignity and individuality of each community member, and to acknowledge the importance of each member’s access to legal information.
Towards the fulfillment of our vision, it is the mission of the Sacramento County Public Law Library to:
Assist our customers in their effort to use the legal system effectively
Continually improve our services
Cultivate new technologies to best serve customers
Exhibit our values in our daily work
Seek to maximize our customers’ research dollar
Support each other in our individual and team efforts to improve the library
CHenning @ saclaw.org
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