Delaware County Law Library Delaware County Ohio, delaware law library, delaware county law library, law library
THE LAW LIBRARY IS MOVING!
The law library will be closed on September 27, 2021 while we move to the Carnegie Building located at 101 North Sandusky Street.
The law library will be open on September 28, 2021. The public must enter through the front doors on Sandusky Street.
Attorneys may use their current key fobs to access the law library through the side door on Court Street.
CURRENT COVID PRECAUTIONS:
● Patrons who have not been vaccinated are expected to wear a mask and social distance.
● Patrons with a fever (100.2 degrees and higher) and other symptoms are expected to stay home for 72 hours past the end of the fever.
● Anyone who tests positive for Covid-19 after visiting the law library is asked to contact us.
Looking for Library Resources?
20 W. Central Ave.
Delaware, Ohio 43015
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can use the law library?
The law library is available for public use when the librarian is in (generally 8 a.m to 4 p.m. M-F). The library is available to Delaware County Bar Association members 24/7.
Is the law library open to the public?
Yes, the library is open to the public when the librarian is in. Generally, the librarian is in from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
What hours is the law library open to the public?
The law library is open to the public when the librarian is in. Generally, the library is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Where is the law library?
The law library is located at 20 West Central Ave., Delaware, Ohio 43015. It is behind the old Common Pleas Courthouse.
How can I contact the law library?
The phone number to reach the library is (740) 833-2545. The librarian’s email address is email@example.com.
Can I make copies at the law library?
Yes, members of the public can make copies or print at a cost of $0.10/page.
Does the law library have computers for public use?
Yes, members of the public are welcome to use the computers for legal research and to print necessary documents.
Can the librarian help me with my legal issue?
The librarian can assist you with legal research. The librarian will not give you legal advice.
Can Delaware County Bar Association members bring clients or other non-members in with them when the librarian is not in?
No. Due to liability concerns, anyone who is not a member of the Delaware County Bar Association or a county employee may only be in the library when the librarian is in.
Is the law library part of the Delaware County District Library?
No. The law library is a separate entity. Information about the Delaware County District Library can be found at www.delawarelibrary.org or by calling (740) 362-3861.
Law Library Resources Board Meeting Minutes
Chief Administrator & Librarian
Juli D. Jones
Law Library Resources Board
Dorothy T. Gass Lower
County Commissioner appointee
Scott M. Gordon - Chair
Common Pleas Court appointee
County Prosecutor appointee
W. Charles Curley
County Commissioner appointee
Municipal Court appointee