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Help the San Francisco Law Library   Tags: book drive, books, donation, law library  

The San Francisco Law Library needs your support. Read this guide to find out how you can help!
Last Updated: Aug 1, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Wish List

Our new location, now almost four years old, offers many enhancements over our prior location, but we need new equipment, technology, and resources to educate our patrons and meet the demands of modern legal research needs.

Help us outfit our seminar room, conference rooms, and public access stations with techonology needed to present, scan, and print in the modern era.  Video conferencing equipment will allow us to broadcast our speaker programs, provide distance education, and reach a whole new audience.



CEB County Law Library Partner Program

Support the San Francisco Law Library when you place an order with CEB! Enter priority code 9666A at checkout. CEB will donate an account credit to the SFLL for 10% of the amount of your order. Qualifying purchases include CEB books, OnLaw access, and CEB's Specialization Courses in family law and estate planning.

Thank you for your support!


Contribute to the Electronic & Print Collections

General contributions are welcome, or earmark contributions for a particular title or resource.  Is there a title or set you would like the library to purchase?  Or would you like to sponsor its upkeep?  

Our patrons have diverse research and literacy needs.  We aim to provide a balance of print and electronic resources to accommodate all of our patrons.  Skyrocketing publishing costs and lower filing fee income are forcing us to make tough collection development choices.  Costs for electronic and print materials are astoundingly expensive.  Here are some examples:


California Forms of Pleading and Practice = $3396.00

Rutter CA Practice Guide Landlord Tenant = $480.00

Federal Civil Rights Act = $1982.00

United States Code Annotated = $13,195.00


Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice = $4128.00


HeinOnline = $7,015.50



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