Legal databases available at ACLL
Alameda County Law Library provides free public access to a number of databases used for legal research.
This week, we highlight – NOLO (EBSCO Legal Information Reference Center)
Sometimes even the most experienced legal professional finds him- or herself presented with a question involving a new-to-them area of law. NOLO titles can help anyone beginning legal research for a new topic.
This resource provides more than 220 online full-text legal reference books and thousands of legal forms, the majority from Nolo, the nation’s oldest provider of legal information for consumers and small businesses. Included are many California law specific books and forms.
The books and forms may be searched, printed, and emailed. Laptop access is available within the library. Please click on EBSCO Legal Information Reference Center to connect to this database from anywhere. It is also available on ACLL’s public computers’ menus.
For a guide on how to use the this database, rich in practical information, click here.