Lawyer in the Library offers free 20-minute meetings to assist you with legal coaching, document review, referrals to additional community services, e-filing court documents, and legal questions.
CPL’s Lawyer in the Library program occurs once or twice a month, depending on lawyer availability. No Registration or appointment necessary; patrons will be seen on a first come, first served basis. Bring paperwork that relates to your legal matter. Open to residents within the First Judicial Circuit Court:
Questions about the program? Contact Programming & Outreach Librarian Elizabeth Hartman: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lawyer in the Library program was initially launched with a Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator Grant through Access to Justice Division, AOIC; Brenda Sprague, Coordinator, Office of the Chief Judge, First Judicial Circuit. Free consultations are provided by volunteer attorneys.