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Handout for Libraries and Access to Justice

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MLA & DLA Joint Library Conference

May 10 - 12, 2017


Libraries and Access to Justice: Libraries as Crucial Partners


Maryland Access to Justice Commission http://www.mdaccesstojustice.org/


Legal Services Corporation http://www.lsc.gov/


Resources for Public Librarians


WYPR program “On the Record” broadcast 4/27/2017 : Lawyers in the Library



American Association of Law Libraries, Legal Information to the Public (LISP) Public Library Toolkit https://www.aallnet.org/sections/lisp/Public-Library-Toolkit


Delaware Judicial Law Libraries “Ask a Law Librarian” http://courts.delaware.gov/lawlibraries/chat.aspx


Legal Services Corporation of Delaware http://www.lscd.com/


Maryland State Law Library



Legal Reference for Public Libraries



Maryland People’s Law Library https://www.peoples-law.org/


Legal Services Directory



Legal Clinic Calendar



Maryland Judiciary Access to Justice Department http://www.courts.state.md.us/accesstojustice/index.html


Legal Help Videos: http://www.mdcourts.gov/reference/videolibrary.html

Maryland Court Self Help Centers: http://www.mdcourts.gov/selfhelp/index.html



AACPLL WIKI http://aacpll.pbworks.com/w/page/1175071/AACPLL%20Self%20Help%20and%20Pro%20Bono%20WIKI


Frequently Asked Questions




Ask a Lawyer in the Library Program



Resources for Anne Arundel County Public Librarians - with training power point





Law libraries and Access to Justice:


Law Library Insights: Self Represented Litigants (GLL Resource Guide No. 4)



Law Library Insights: Access to Justice: Best Practices for Public Law Libraries (GLL Resource Guide No. 5)



Law Libraries Serving Self-Represented Litigants,” written by Chi Hyon Song, Joan Bellistri, and Sara Galligan, Trends in State Courts 2015. (http://www.ncsc.org/~/media/Microsites/Files/Trends%202015/Trends%20in%20State%20Court%202015%20Web.ashx)


Law Libraries and Access to Justice: A Report of the American Association of Law Libraries Special Committee on Access to Justice” ( July 2014) http://www.aallnet.org/mm/Publications/products/atjwhitepaper.pdf.


SCCLL/GLL Webinars -


“Access to Justice: Who's Your Partner and Where Are You Going?”



"Best Practices for Court, County, and Government Law Libraries”



Library Self-Help Programs and Services: A Survey of Law Library Programs for Self-Represented Litigants, including Self-Help Centers, conducted by the Law Librarians’ Working Group of the Self Represented Litigation Networkhttp://www.srln.org/node/551/survey-srln-library-working-group-national-self-help-libraries-survey-srln-2013


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