The Beaver County Law Library is located in the lower level of the Courthouse. The library is open to the public for use, as well as serving the judiciary and other arms of county government. Materials are available for in-library use only for the public and limited borrowing options for officers of the court.
It is the mission of the Beaver County Law Library to promote justice by providing access to legal resources to the bench, the bar, and the public. We strive to maintain a relevant and up-to-date collection of volumes, as well as access to electronic legal databases. We intend to foster an environment prime for educational enrichment and life-long professional learning.
Copying, faxing and printing are available in the law library for 20¢ per page. Public access computers are set up for use for court-related activities and legal research. The librarian is available for general reference and research guidance, but cannot perform the research.
Custody and Divorce Packets
Custody and divorce packets are able to be printed from the library’s page. They are also available for purchase for a fee from the librarian.
We have large and robust collection of legal materials for practice in Pennsylvania, as well some federal materials. A small portion of our offerings:
Purdon’s Pennsylvania Statutes
United States Code Annotated
State and Local Court Rules
A standing order for all PBI materials (including the yellow books)
Some county legal journals and law school review