King County Law Library Foundation

Without access to information, there is no justice.

What does the Library do?

The King County Law Library Foundation (KCLLF) supports the King County Law Library in its mission to provide all persons in King County with equitable access to legal information. The KCLLF advocates for and provides financial support to the Library.

2021 Annual Report

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Check out our Annual Report to learn more about the Foundation’s work during 2021.  

Foundation Annual Report 2021

What's New?

The law library recently replaced the public patron computers at both law library branches with the help of a $5000 grant from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and the very generous donor support of local CPA Eric Long.

In acknowledgement, we’d like to extend a special thank you to Mr. Long Eric for his incredibly generous donations to the library and his on-going support of our mission. As he notes, “There is no justice until everyone has an equal playing field. So, I will continue to give to the law library.” 

Learn more about our impact here: What We Do

If you believe that equitable access to legal information services is vital to King County, please consider making a donation here.

King County Law Library Foundation is a Section 501 (c)(3) public charity (EIN: 83-0969459). King County Law Library Foundation is registered with Washington State’s Charities Program as required by law.