- A virtual version of Lawyer in the Library using the Zoom application. Please see the Lawyer in the Library page for information about this program.
- Digital Law Library cards
- Remote Westlaw access
- Online databases
- And more...
Please contact us for more details, or if you have any questions by calling: (775) 328-3250. You may also chat with us on this webpage, or send an email to Ask-A-Librarian or LawLibrary@washoecourts.us.
Second Judicial District Court
75 Court Street, Room 101
Reno, NV 89501
Hours of Operation
in-person services until further notice.
We are available via phone, email, and chat:
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
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Library Online Resources
The following are electronic resources provided by the Washoe County Law Library to the public to enhance access to justice by providing legal information, education, resources, tools, and materials, to those engaged with the justice system. To access materials in print format you will need a Washoe County Law Library; for further information on how to get a Washoe County Law Library card please contact us at: (775) 328-3250, LawLibrary@washoecourts.us, or the online chat box found on the Law Library's website.
FREE EBSCO access EBSCO Legal Information Reference Center: Providing online full text for many of the top consumer legal reference books, more than 310 full-text publications and thousands of legal forms. Many of 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. Click Here to Search Ebsco (will open a new window).
- If you have an Ebsco User ID and Password click on the EBSCO Host Icon to login to the database or call 775-328-3250 for immediate temporary access.
FREE Gale LegalForms access: Take the law into your own hands and create accurate, reliable legal documents with no hassle with Gale LegalForms. Many of the forms and documents are available in Word and Adobe format. Gale LegalForms offers an easy-to-use, state-by-state and step-by-step approach to addressing basic legal matters, such as developing a will, conducting real estate transactions including rental or lease agreements, and more. Users have access to thousands of customizable online legal documents that are available anytime, anywhere. Click Here to Search Gale LegalForms.
- Gale LegalForms can be accessed using your library card barcode number. Contact the Law Library for details: 775-328-3250 or LawLibrary@washoecourts.us.
The Lexis Digital Library will give you 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week access to eBook versions of all the current Lexis and Matthew Bender titles we have in print on the Law Library shelves. This includes popular titles like Nevada Civil Practice Manual, California Forms of Pleading and Practice Annotated, Powell on Real Property, and more!
With anytime access, you can check out one eBook at a time for 7 days. You can check out materials and read them on your computer or through the app, available for both iOS and Android devices. Contact the Law Library for details: 775-328-3250 or LawLibrary@washoecourts.us.
Washoe County Law Library provides free access to Westlaw. Westlaw is an online legal research service providing quick, easy access to West's vast collection of statutes, case law materials, treatises, forms, and other legal resources, as well as primary law for the U.S. and all 50 states.
Patrons can register for a free Westlaw login that provides 20 hours of usage for 14 days. Content includes Westlaw Edge, secondary sources, and litigation.
Click here to register: https://legal.thomsonreuters.com/en/c/remote-patron-access.
- Click this link for registration instructions or call the law library for more information (775)328-3250.
Disclaimer: The information on this web page should NOT be construed as providing legal advice; any inquiries relating to legal issues should be directed to legal counsel.