Law Library: Home
|Location||Peoria County Courthouse (map)
Room 211 (map)
|What we do||
The mission of the Peoria County Law Library is to provide free access to up to date legal information for all attorneys, judges, county officers, and members of the general public. Our goal is to provide our patrons with accurate and current legal information in print and online. To achieve this goal, we are committed to meeting the legal information needs of Peoria's legal community and individuals who cannot afford to retain an attorney. Presently the Law Library contains more than 14,000 volumes including state statutes, case reporters, form books, legal periodicals, treatises, and IICLE practice handbooks. In addition, five public workstations are available to access Westlaw and the Peoria County Legal Self-Help Center. Because there is a growing trend to seek legal solutions for an increasing range of social problems, the Law Library continues to be a valuable source of information. There are 20 judges (10 Associate and 10 Circuit) assigned to the 10th Judicial Circuit of which 13 are assigned to Peoria County.
Each year the Law Library will be closed on the following holidays: www.peoriacounty.org/courts/holidaycalendar
Photocopies and printed pages are $.20 per page. Attorneys can check out publications for up to two weeks, but materials may be subject to recall by the library as necessary.
DISCLAIMER: The Peoria County Law Library does not engage in the practice of law and cannot provide legal advice.