Pierce County Law Library

Law Library's Mission Statement

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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The US Supreme Court denies relief against the "remain in Mexico" policy. 


The US Supreme Court says that Arizona Voting Rules Don't Violate the Voting Rights Act. Brnovich, Attorney General of Arizona, ET AL. v. Democratic National Committee, ET AL


The US Supreme Court Decided it Won't Allow Wyoming and Montana to Sue Washington State for Denying a Permit to Build an Export Dock


The US Supreme Court Won't Revive School's Transgender Bathroom Ban. Gloucester County School Board vs. G.G.


The US Supreme Court Rejected the Latest Effort to Dismantle the Affordable Care Act Due to Lack of Standing. California ET AL. v. Texas ET AL.


The US Supreme Court Holds that City's Refusal to Make Referrals to a Faith-Based Organization Violates Constitution. Fulton ET AL. vs. The City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ET AL.