Law in the Library

Law in the Library text illustration with law books and a judge's gavel

The Alachua County Library District, in partnership with Three Rivers Legal Services, presents the Law in the Library series. This program series consists of discussions and presentations covering relevant legal topics, led by local attorneys who share their expertise with the public.

Presentations typically take place once per month, September through May, at the Headquarters Library.

Previous presentation topics have included:

  • Estate Planning
  • Debt Relief
  • Small Business
  • Tax Law
  • Traffic Laws
  • Landlord/Tenant

Three Rivers Legal Services

Blue logo for Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc. "Civil Legal Aid Since 1978"

Three Rivers Legal Services (TRLS) is a local, non-profit law firm that provides free legal help. With offices in Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Lake City, they provide free civil legal help to low income families in seventeen counties. TRLS is dedicated to providing quality, free legal help to individuals as well as legal information and education to groups. They concentrate on Housing Law, Family Law and Domestic Violence Prevention, Elder Law, Education Law, and Income and Public Benefits issues.

Law in the Library Events

Additional Resources

The Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida (Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy, & Union counties)

The 2023 Florida Statutes

Gale LegalForms*

*Free access with a valid library card number. Don't have a card? Find out how to apply for one.