Keeping LA Law Library Strong, Vital and Accessible 2015
Established in 2003, Friends of the Los Angeles County Law Library is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit cooperating association affiliated with Los Angeles County Law Library. Friends of the Los Angeles County Law Library helps raise the visibility of the Law Library's services and provide a much-needed additional base of financial support. Friends' support helps to increase public access to, and appreciation of, this unique public resource. Friends of the Los Angeles County Law Library is dedicated to raising funds for the LA Law Library. FRIENDS OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY LAW LIBRARY
Founded in 1891, today LA Law Library holds over 1,000,000 volumes and is the second largest public law library in the United States — second only to the Law Library of Congress. LA Law Library's mission is to serve "as the curator and cultivator of a superior collection of legal resources, a gateway to legal information and a navigator facilitating access to the legal system." In this capacity, it provides services and access to legal information for judges, public officials, and attorneys. But more often, its users are self-represented members of the public who may have no other access to legal information. Like many other venerable public institutions today, LA Law Library's revenues have declined with the economy, while the need for service has increased.
You can help! By making a one-time tax-deductible donation, you help raise the visibility of the Law Library and provide a needed, additional base of financial support.
To complete your donation online please use the form below. Donations by check can be mailed to the following address:
301 W. FIRST STREET
LOS ANGELES, CA 90012