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Library Legal Databases
These databases are accessible from the library's website and will require a current library card to login.
Thousands of Colorado-specific and national legal forms spanning a variety of common concerns (bankruptcy, divorce, employment, landlord tenant, living wills, power of attorney, taxes, etc.).
Legal Information Reference Center
Contains hundreds of full-text publications and thousands of legal forms. The full-text legal reference books are provided through Nolo, the nation’s oldest and most respected provider of legal information for consumers and small businesses.
Legal links for the public
Colorado Legal Help Center
Connecting Colorado’s unrepresented litigants to legal information, practical resources, and contact information for assistance with legal issues.
Colorado Law Project Legal Guide
This guide is a collaboration of legal and public librarians providing access to a wealth of reliable legal information.
The Checkerboard is a single point-of-entry web site providing free, 24/7 “one-click” public access for all forms, statutes, rules, instructions, flowcharts, and videos for over 40 different types of Colorado civil cases.
Extensive legal website with the mission to help consumers and small businesses find answers to their everyday legal and business questions
Colorado Legal Services
Help for low-income Coloradans to find solutions to civil legal problems
Educational brochures for the public from the Colorado Bar Association
List of brochures are located on the right hand side towards the bottom of the webpage.
Colorado Revised Statutes
Link to online version of the Colorado Revised Statutes. Library also has paper copies in the Reference area,
Ref 348.788 C719c.
LawHelp provides a gateway to America's nonprofit legal aid providers.
Consumer's Guide to Legal Help
American Bar Association site to help consumers find attorneys and legal assistance.
Legal Information Institute at Cornell University
Non-profit group affiliated with the Cornell Law School with the mission to make laws available and understandable to the public. Site has links to federal and state laws, legal dictionaries and encyclopedias and many legal topics.
FindLaw for the Public
Excellent online legal site with overviews of numerous legal topics, access to full text legal books, links to state laws and the ability to chat online with attorneys.
Public Library of Law
Free access to case law, statutes, regulations, court rules and constitutions for all 50 states and federal jurisdictions; must register to access case law.
Up to date and easy-to-understand legal and insurance content compiled by experts.
This website offers brief overviews of numerous legals topics, links to several law dictionaries, sites with legal forms, and other legal websites.
Justia: Law and Legal Information Lawyers, Students, Business and the Public
Justia has an extensive collection of federal law and links to state law. The site also has links to useful materials such as forms and subject specific resources.
Legal books available through Mesa County Libraries