posted 24 Jan 2017

State Court Law Libraries Address Access to Justice

We are excited to be featured in this article that details the role that law libraries play in the Access to Justice initiative, “State Court Law Libraries Address Access to Justice.” It was published by the National Center for State Courts and provides a great introduction to how our library fits in within the Access to Justice movement. If you have any questions about our resources — e.g., our research guides by topic, our Digital Collection, our legal FAQs, or any of our other self-help resources — please don't hesitate to contact us.

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Library Spotlight

Debt Collection
posted 27 Feb 2017

The State Law Library often receives questions about debt collection and we provide multiple resources to assist patrons with their research.

The best place to find answers to straightforward issues is on our Frequently Asked Questions page for debt collection. This page provides answers to questions regarding the statute of limitations, credit reporting, and debt collector harassment.

Another valuable resource is our Debt Collection research guide. This research guide includes information on:

If you have a question or would like more information about any of our Frequently Asked Questions or Legal Research Guides please don't hesitate to Ask a Librarian!

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