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Library Closed on July 4

4thofjuly.jpgThe Utah State Law Library and all Utah State Courts will be closed Monday, July 4 in honor of Independence Day.

The 4th of July became a designated Federal holiday in 1870. Today it is a legal public holiday that many State and private employers also recognize as paid vacations for employees.

To read about historical Independence Day celebrations, check out the Library of Congress' Today in History page.

A list of all state and federal holidays observed by the Utah State Courts is available here.

Have a question for the law library while we're closed? Email us or text us at (801) 432-0898 and we'll get back to you as soon as possible on Tuesday.

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