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Introduction - Legal Topic Guide
Welcome to the Legal Topic Guide! If you are looking for information about the law, this guide is a great place to start your research. In this guide you will find links to books in the KCLS catalog, databases, online periodicals, eBooks, and websites on the following pages:
- Find a Lawyer
- Legal Topics
- Adoption & Foster Parenting
- Bankruptcy & Debt
- Domestic Abuse
- Employment Law
- Estate Planning & Probate
- Landlord & Tenant
- Marriage & Divorce
- Representing Yourself & Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Basic Info
- Legal Forms
- Federal Law
- Washington Law
- King County Law
- Legal Education
Important note: As indicated above, some topics have top-level and sub-tabs. Click on the top-level tab for general information about that topic.
If you need to conduct legal research, you may want to visit one of the following law libraries and take advantage of their specialized legal resources:
Public Law Library of King County (Kent)
Public Law Library of King County (Seattle)
Gallagher Law Library
Seattle University School of Law Library
Pierce County Law Library
Snohomish County Law Library
U.S. Courts Library
Washington State Law Library
The following websites provide links to other law libraries:
American Association of Law Libraries - Academic law libraries in the U.S. and abroad.
Gallagher Law Library - Law libraries in Washington and the U.S.
Washington Association of County Law Libraries - All county law libraries in Washington. Select "Directory" on the left side of the page.
About Topic Guides
Topic Guides are created by expert librarians in the King County Library System, in order to provide users with a path to discover resources in subject areas with which they may be unfamiliar.
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