Monday, January 10, 2011

Free law books on-line

Nolo Press has been publishing law books for nearly forty years. They aim to make legal language simple and procedures understandable for non-lawyers. Their books often include forms as well as information and cover a wide range of topics. Nolo has launched a series of their publications for free on their website:
http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/free-books/

A total of twelve are planned, with eleven already up and running:
Renters' Rights: The Basics by Marcia Stewart and Janet Portman
The Foreclosure Survival Guide by Stephen Elias
Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court by Ralph Warner
Save Your Small Business by Ralph Warner and Bethany Laurence
8 Ways to Avoid Probate by Mary Randolph
Beat Your Ticket by David Brown
Every Dog's Legal Guide by Mary Randolph
Living Together by Toni Ihara, Frederick Hertz,and Ralph Warner
The Sharing Solution by Emily Doskow and Janelle Orsi
Fiance & Marriage Visas: A Couple's Guide to U.S. Immigration by Ilona Bray
Your Rights in the Workplace by Barbara Repa

Most items are available in the Merrimack Public Library for check out as well!

1 comment:

kim23 said...

thanks for this information, Jan! I'll check out this website too! I'm a big fan of law books! I read last month a book written by Elizabeth K Lee and I highly recommend it! It really makes legal language simple and procedures understandable for any non-lawyer.