Minnesota State Law Library (MSLL)
Legal Education and Information - State Law Library
Minnesota Judicial Center
25 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Rm G25, St. Paul, MN, 55155-1500
Distance: 1033 Miles
Provides information about different types of law, the criminal justice system or other legal topics
The Minnesota State Law Library serves the judiciary and all branches of state and local government, the legal profession, other law, public and academic libraries, and the general public.
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TJ-3200.4500Legal Information Services Definition
Programs that provide information about specific legal problems and procedures that interested individuals can access on a website or in person, or by telephone, email, chat, text or other communication channel. Information may be in a self-serve, browsable format (for example a web resource directory or library of audio recordings) or provided by live agents with expertise in the field. Also included are legal aid services, bar associations and other programs that provide basic information about family law, landlord/tenant law, immigration law, consumer law, elder law, patient rights, the rights of persons with disabilities, the criminal justice system, the civil court system and other legal topics via workshops, classes, speaking engagements, printed materials, websites and other similar educational avenues. = Legal Education/Information
TJ-4400.8100-450Law Libraries Definition
Special libraries that are used primarily by judges, attorneys and their law clerks; government officials; legislators, law students and teaching staff; historians and other scholars; and sometimes members of the general public to research the law. They may be operated by government, public or private educational institutions, nonprofit societies or private law firms. Law libraries may also have law librarians who help researchers navigate the library's collections.
YB-9000Young Adults Definition
Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.