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Legal Resources

The legal collection, located behind the Adult Services Desk on the second floor, is a collection of materials pulled together in one location to meet your legal needs. Materials included in this collection are the city codes for Bloomington and Normal, tax handbooks, West's Encyclopedia of American Law, and the Illinois Compiled Statutes, among others.

Legal Help in the Community

McLean County Law Library and Legal Self Help Center:

Located on the 6th floor of the McLean County Law and Justice Center in room 665, the Law Library is open from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Though staff cannot offer you legal advice or represent you in court, they will be on hand to help you navigate the process as scheduling allows. For questions regarding hours and availability of resources, call 309-888-4801.

Illinois JusticeCorps Program

Volunteer program which places law student volunteers in the McLean County Law and Justice Center and law library to help those without lawyers navigate the judicial system*. They can provide legal assistance with:

*Volunteers are not attorneys and cannot give you legal advice or represent you in court.

Legal Self-Help Websites
Assistance from a lawyer
Information on State Law
Information on Federal Law