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This is a fast-paced, animated video that describes the role and work of the courts. It details the role of the courts in a democracy, the structure of the Pennsylvania court system including jury service and how various types of cases advance through the system.
The Law Library is located in Room 600 in Philadelphia's City Hall. The Library is open to the public for reference.
The Jenkins Law Library has been providing information to the Pennsylvania legal community for over 200 years, with a mission to continue to make legal information easy to find and affordable. The law library in Philadelphia has an extensive print and electronic collection which includes self-help law and legal form books.
Library serving the 59th Judicial District Court of Common Pleas covering Elk and Cameron counties.
The Max Rosenn Memorial Law Library of the Wilkes-Barre Law & Library Association is located on the second floor of the Luzerne County Courthouse on River Street in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Dedicated and Named for Judge Max Rosenn in 2006, the law library dates back to 1855 and is the oldest law library in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
The State Library of Pennsylvania serves the information and research needs of all branches of State Government with a collection emphasis on materials for, by and about Pennsylvania. As a statewide resource center and law library, the State Library provides residents with Pennsylvania State and U.S. Government Documents, print materials, digitized collections, online reference services and automated resources.