WHAT WE DO
What We Do
The King County Law Library and the King County Law Library Foundation envision a community in which all residents have access to vital legal information services regardless of income or background.
The King County Law Library Foundation serves as an advocate and fundraising mechanism for the King County Law Library.
The Foundation’s financial and operational support directly contributes to the Law Library’s ability to provide services such as:
A curated collection of legal resources to help during the Covid-19 pandemic
Self-Represented Litigant online workshops and informational videos
Free access to many legal information print resources and online databases
Free access to many commonly used legal forms
Low cost continuing legal education courses and classes for the legal community
A Closer Look
Self-Represented Litigant Workshops
Over 40% of Self-Represented Litigant (SRL) Workshop attendees reported an annual income of less than $25,000.
Over 90% of participants in the Nuts and Bolts of Motions and Civil Litigation Without Tears workshops are not represented by an attorney.
Nearly 50% of participants report than they cannot afford an attorney and an additional 19% are self-represented to save money.