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Online database access
Free remote access to Nolo self-help titles is available. Nolo is one of the largest publishers of legal self-help books and there are titles covering a variety of topics. King County Law Library has created a short video about using Nolo. After watching, return here to use the Clark County Law Library login.
Free remote access to CasemakerLibra is available. Casemaker Libra is a searchable library of Washington State secondary source titles on common legal topics. After logging in, click on the Libra Books link on the menu and then click My Books. Then click on the + sign to access the titles available through the WSBA.
Free remote access for LexisAdvance is available. LexisAdvance is a legal research database, and use is normally allowed only in the Law Library. To get access for a 3-day period, contact the law library with your request for remote Lexis access, and provide first and last name and your email address. The library will provide your information to Lexis and Lexis will send you a welcome e-mail. This process may take one business day. Your 3-day access begins when Lexis creates your account. You can make this request more than once. This guide shows you how to search and browse LexisAdvance.
Free remote access to Westlaw is available. Westlaw is a legal research database, and use is normally allowed only in the Law Library. Westlaw is offering patron access passwords that will be good for 20 hours of use over 14 days. You need to register in order to use the service. This guide shows you how to find cases in Westlaw.
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New Continuing Legal Education Titles
From the Clark County Bar Association
Insider's View of Washington's Appellate Courts, by Dan Lloyd
Uniform Guardianship Act Impacts on Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Less Restrictive Alternatives: Preparing for 2022, by Kay King, AOC Office of Guardianship
From the Washington State Bar Association
20th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference
From the Washington Labor Education and Research Center
Washington Workers Rights Manual (revised 2020)