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The Library Road Show

Thanks to a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) Grant administered by the Utah State Library, two members of the law library staff are headed to Southeastern Utah to offer classes and information about the Utah State Law Library and the Utah State Courts to public librarians and residents.

On Monday, May 11, we'll be in Price, offering sessions to both public librarians and residents of Price and surrounding areas. On May 13 and 14, we'll be in Moab, offering similar sessions.

Our goal is to familiarize Utahns statewide about the resources available on the Courts' website, especially the resources available for people who are representing themselves in court. We're also hoping to encourage more people outside of Salt Lake to call or email the law library for help with their legal reference questions.

If you'd like more information about our outreach efforts throughout the state, contact us at 801-238-7990 or at library@email.utcourts.gov.


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