SANTA BARBARA COUNTY LAW LIBRARY
Find your nearest California Public Law Library @ www.PublicLawLibrary.org
Telephone (805) 346-7548 or (805) 568-2296
|The Santa Barbara County Law Library
consists of two libraries:
These law libraries will soon open to the public and are committed to providing legal information to the citizens of Santa Barbara County. The Santa Barbara County Law Library has access to electronic legal information beyond the traditional library collection of printed materials. For detailed information on library resources and services contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The libraries are closed to the public at present but please email us for research help beyond what is available below.
The Santa Barbara Legal Resource Center may be reached by calling 805 568 3303. https://www.sbcourts.org/sh/lrc/or email LRCHelp@lafsbc.org. Walk-up hours in Santa Barbara are scheduled for Monday and Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to Noon on East Figueroa Street, 100 block, in the Courthouse walkway. The location is across the Street from the Figueroa Annex of the Santa Barbara Superior Court.
Santa Barbara and Lompoc LRC
Santa Maria LRC
These hours should resume this summer.
*You can log in to the following databases via the Law Library's Wifi. Paste the following URLs into your browser window when connected. Please note that you might be able to reach a signal from the Cook and Miller Street parking area in Santa Maria, and on the 100 block of East Figueroa Street in Santa Barbara. Contact email@example.com if you require a password.
NOLO press http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip
CEB OnLaw http://ceb.com/onlaw/ipaccess/default.aspx
NOLO Press is also availble from your own computer.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for login instructions. Remember to limit time spent on any one database, and log off when done. Some of our subscriptions have limited "seat licenses" and limited number of searches per visit.
Additionally, we'd like to thank the publishers below for providing access to databases from your home or office for a limited time.
LexisNexis is providing remote patron access for a limited time. From Lexis we have been authorized to state:
As a patron of the Library you are probably aware that we offer Patron Access to LexisNexis. LexisNexis continues to commit to working with the Law Library and the legal Community during Covid-19 by providing access to Library Patrons. If you cannot otherwise conduct legal research onsite you are welcome to register for a temporary Lexis Advance ID at https://www.lexisnexis.com/en-us/pa-access-request.page - and you will receive an ID within 1 business day. This ID will be good until November 30th. This ID allows you to conduct research on the cases and codes needed for your legal work and personal legal research. We are happy to work with you to maintain access to justice during this critical time.
If your research needs extend beyond 30 days or if you have already used your 30 day free period then please call 1-888-AT-LEXIS to discuss personalized plan options
CEB is offering free patron access for one month to CEB Pro which includes primary law, CEB's citator, TrueCite, and access to over 150 of CEB's practice guides. To sign up for access follow this link:
The link will lead to registration and request for access. If you do not have a bar number, please enter N/A
Westlaw access has changed! go to link below:
Also, many great resources are available at https://public.resource.org/ and on the website of the Sacramento County Public Law Library. See https://saclaw.org/
DISCLAIMER: The Santa Barbara County Law Library does not engage in the practice of law, does not provide legal advice and does not perform legal research. Furthermore, the Santa Barbara County Law Library is not responsible for any inaccuracy of legal information found on the world wide web. The library staff strongly recommends that all legal information found on the world wide web be verified through other sources.(pages under construction...)
Meeting of the Law Library Board of TrusteesTuesday, 8 June 2021, 4:40 PMJudge Anderle’s Courtroom, Dept. 3,Santa Barbara Superior Court,And via teleconference,SB Superior Court, Santa Maria
1.Public Comments2.Minutes of the meeting of 6 April 20213.Income and expenses for the 2020/21Fiscal Year @ 92% elapsed(Income at 81% of projections for FY,spending year-to-date is 70% of FY 2020/21 budget,Fund 3760 balance $580,825)4.State General Fund appropriations announced.($16.5 million state-wide in each of the next two Fiscal Years)5.COVID-19 closures, and reopening options considered6.Other Business
Meeting details and materials by request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also visit the American Association of Law Libraries webpage: www.AALLnet.org