Court Law Libraries Feel the Budget Crunch

In Law.com, Henry Gottlieb writes –

There was a time when lawyers and laymen could go to most county courthouses and find the texts they needed for legal research and, in some large counties, a professional librarian to guide them.

Now, although most courthouses still have libraries, only six have professional law librarians, according to the Administrative Office of the Courts, which keeps tabs on library services in the counties but leaves the budgeting to assignment judges.

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