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Ask a Law Librarian

Law Librarians offer assistance once a month at the Beaverton and Tigard Libraries.
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Do you have a legal question and wonder if you need a lawyer? Want to learn more about your constitutional right to remain silent? Curious about your rights as a tenant or landlord, or how to find case law on a particular subject? The Washington County Law Library has resumed their popular “Ask a Law Librarian” program to help provide answers.

In an effort to make law library services more widely available, law librarians are available once each month on a walk-in basis at both the Beaverton City Main Library and Tigard Public Library. The law librarian on duty can help find legal resources and documents, as well as assist in using online legal research tools unique to the Law Library. Although they cannot offer legal advice, law librarians can refer people to agencies or organizations that might be able to help. Regularly scheduled hours are as follows:

For access to legal information resources or legal research assistance at all other times, the Washington County Law Library is located in downtown Hillsboro at 111 NE Lincoln Street, Suite 250-L. It is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. They can also be contacted at 503-846-8880.