Clark County Law Library extends access to remote, self-help database

The database, known as NOLO, gives Clark County residents access to more than 200 self-help legal titles

VANCOUVER – The Clark County Law Library is offering residents access to a free self-help legal database on its website through Jan. 31, 2022.

The database, known as NOLO, gives Clark County residents access to more than 200 self-help legal titles. File photo
The database, known as NOLO, gives Clark County residents access to more than 200 self-help legal titles. File photo

The database, known as NOLO, gives Clark County residents access to more than 200 self-help legal titles. Topics include business, family, immigration, real estate, court procedures, estate planning and many other subjects.

Residents can access the database on the county’s website at https://clark.wa.gov/law-library.

The Law Library originally offered access to the database on a trial offer that ended of Jan. 31, 2021.

“We are purchasing the one-year subscription of NOLO because we had such a great response to the trial offer,” said Law Librarian Maria Sosnowski. “We are glad to be able to offer a resource that people are excited about using.”

Law Library staff will track the analytics of the web page to see if there is enough interest to possibly keep the database as part of its self-help materials.

Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.

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