Frequently Asked Questions

Are you open to the public?
We are open to the public for anyone needing to do legal research. 
Can I borrow materials from the library?
Gwinnett County attorneys may check out books for 48 hours. Georgia materials and reference materials are non-circulating and must remain in the library.
When are you open?
We are open Monday – Friday from 8am-5pm
Where are you located?
We are located on the lower level of the Gwinnett County Justice and Administration building.  75 Langley Dr. Lawrenceville, Ga. 30046
Can someone help me find and fill out the forms I need?
Unfortunately, we are not practicing attorneys and are not able to help fill out any legal documents or provide any legal advice, but on most occasions we can help point you in the right direction.  We can also help show you how to navigate our print and online resources.
Where can I get free or affordable legal advice?
You can check out the helpful resources/court forms section of our website.  For family law issues the Gwinnett Family Law Clinic is a good resource or you can research attorneys at the Gwinnett Bar Association website. 
Do you have copy machines or printers?

We have both copy machines and printers available to the public with an associated cost of 25 cents/page
Do you have fax machines?
We do have a fax machine available to both send or receive a fax.  There is a cost associated with the use of this resource.  See our Services page for more details.
Do I need cash to use your services?

All of our research materials and computers are free to use, but there is a cost associated with printing, copying, or faxing.  We accept cash or card for print services.
Do you have conference rooms available for public use?
We have two meeting rooms outfitted with computers, phones, and print capabilities (4 person max) available to licensed attorneys only, on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please be prepared to shwo your Bar card as identifcation upon request. Non-attorneys must have prior approval from the Library Staff before use.
Can I study or do work at your library?
We are open to the public, but we ask that our space and services be used for legal research or for purposes of the court.  This space is typically used by self-represented litigants, attorneys, law students, or any member of the public that is in need of legal resouces.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact us for more details.

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