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New! Lexis eBook Digital Library

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Announcing the Law Library’s new eBook Digital Library!

Available free of charge, 24/7.

Now you have anytime access to eBooks published by LexisNexis / Matthew Bender, ABA, and James publishers! Also included are popular nonfiction eBooks, including Bill Gates’ new book How to Avoid a Climate Disaster, Obama’s A Promised Land, and Thomas Friedman’s Thank you for Being Late.

Look for Lexis’s complete library of Washington materials including the RCW annotated, Court rules and all their LexisNexis Practice Guides for Washington State. Authoritative treatise materials are also included in the collection. PCLL eBook collection 

Access these eBooks --online or offline--wherever you are: in the courtroom, in the office, working from home, or anywhere using your smart phone, tablet or any device with a browser. Download the LexisNexis Digital app for enhanced access, available at your Apple or Google app store.


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As the only public law library in Pierce County, the mission of the Pierce County Law Library is to provide county-wide convenient access to current legal information including explanatory materials. The library will provide information in print and electronic formats as are suitable for the diverse Pierce County community to use in criminal and civil litigation and for the resolution of personal and business legal matters. Our mission is also to provide trained and knowledgeable Library staff to assist patrons in meeting their legal information needs.

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