Law li­brary Web re­sources go wireless

The Covington News - - Local News -

As a ser­vice to the pub­lic and the lo­cal bar, the New­ton County law Li­brary will pro­vide wireless in­ter­net ac­cess to Lexis Nexis, West­law and other le­gal re­search and in­for­ma­tional Web sites in the New­ton County Ju­di­cial Cen­ter. Le­gal re­search through the use of com­put­ers lo­cated in the law li­brary on the sec­ond floor of the Ju­di­cial Cen­ter is al­ready avail­able; how­ever, al­low­ing ac­cess by judges and at­tor­neys dur­ing court pro­ceed­ings will al­low cases to be han­dled more ef­fi­ciently. The new ser­vice will be demon­strated at 10 a.m. Nov. 14 in Su­pe­rior Court Court­room III, on the sec­ond floor of the New­ton County Ju­di­cial Cen­ter. Lo­cal at­tor­neys and the pub­lic are wel­come.

The New­ton County Law Li­brary is man­aged and op­er­ated by a board of trustees chaired by Su­pe­rior Court Judge Sa­muel D. Ozburn, Mem­bers are Su­pe­rior Court Judge Ho­race John­son, Pro­bate Judge Henry Baker, Clerk of Su­pe­rior Court Linda D. Hays and at­tor­neys Ed­ward Crudup and David Strick­land. The law li­brary is avail­able for pub­lic use dur­ing the op­er­at­ing hours of the Ju­di­cial

Cen­ter, from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

MIchelle Kim/The Cov­ing­ton News

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