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Conference Room Reservation
The Law Library makes the Hon. Robert S. Kraft Boardroom available for reservation at no cost by subscribers and county officials. Other people may rent it at a rate of $100/hour, given appropriate uses. It can accommodate 20 people at tables with regular chairs comfortably and 24 people less comfortably. Maximum room capacity without tables is 35 people. The Boardroom is equipped with a conference phone, a ceiling projector, a screen, and sound, and can be used for webinars, videoconferences, and computer presentations.
View of Conference Rooms:
Taft | Hoadly | Sage | King | Kraft Boardroom

Subscription
We begin our subscription year on January 1 each year. Current subscribers are billed at the end of the prior year for annual fees. Any subscribers who have not renewed their subscriptions by March 1 are suspended. Subscribers who join the Law Library outside of the regular subscription renewal period (from December 1 - February 28) will have a subscription year that begins on the date that they subscribe to the law library. This fee is non-refundable. Subscriptions are available to the public.

Annual dues schedule
Solo $110
Individual $110
Firm: 2-14 attorneys $85 per attorney
Firm: 15-29 attorneys $55 per attorney
Firm: 30-69 attorneys $50 per attorney
Firm: 70+ attorneys $45 per attorney

 

What is the Difference: Individual v. Firm Subscription?
There are three subscription categories, solo, individual, and firm. A solo practitioner may become a subscriber and get full access to all library resources and services. An individual attorney in a firm may become a subscriber with access to all on-site library resources and services but not remote access. A firm subscription entitles every employee of the firm - lawyers, paralegals, administrators - to use the Library and its resources, including remote access. A firm subscription requires all attorneys who are part of the firm to subscribe. Discounts are given to firms with more than 14 attorneys, and the increased cost of a library subscription is offset by substantial savings in using the Library as a complement to your firm's existing library.
Firm subscriptions (including solos) enable subscribers to get additional benefits beyond those available to the individual subscriber working at a firm that is not a subscriber. See our subscriber benefits page to compare the difference in benefits between individual and firm subscriptions.

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