Lawyers in the Library

Have a question you’d like to discuss with a lawyer? The Lawyers in the Library program is a free information and referral program staffed by volunteer lawyers. In a one-on-one phone appointment, lawyers can answer questions on most legal topics. If legal help is required, people are referred to other agencies.

While our physical locations are closed, we are able to offer a limited number of phone appointments. Appointments run for 15 minutes. Due to limited availability, we can only make one appointment per month per person or family. Schedule a phone appointment with a lawyer on our Lawyers in the Library, opens a new window page.

The program is co-sponsored by Alameda County Bar Association and Legal Access Alameda.

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