Public Law Library of King County Staff at the Law Library will answer your legal questions by guiding you to different legal resources. The Washington State Law Library offers this service as well. In addition, the Public Law Library of King County has created concise research guides on popular legal topics.
Whatcom County Law Library
A comprehensive portal with links to a wide variety of legal information including laws, dictionaries, court forms and much more.
Northwest Justice Project A statewide, publicly funded, nonprofit law firm that employs lawyers and paralegals working in locations throughout Washington, NJP provides critical civil (non-criminal) legal assistance and representation to low-income people in cases affecting basic human needs such as family safety and security, housing preservation, protection of income, access to health care, education, and other basic needs.
Agencies in Washington that have legal resources for the public:
Legal Voice (formerly known as Northwest Women’s Law Center)
Staff at the Center answer legal questions over the phone by giving people information about their legal rights. Their website has a wide variety of legal self help publications covering subjects from family law, LGBT rights, employment rights, and consumer issues.
Moderate Means Program
Connect with lawyers who offer legal assistance at a reduced cost. To be eligible you must be facing a family, housing, or consumer law issue and your household income must fall between 200-400% of the Federal Poverty level.
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
NWIRP provides high quality legal representation at little or no cost to those in immigration and deportation proceedings. Their priority is the representation of low-income immigrants, people impacted by the criminal legal system, and people who face other forms of oppression.
Unemployment Law Project
Legal assistance and information to people in Washington State who have been denied unemployment benefits or whose award of benefits is being challenged. Services are offered to anyone with a Washington State claim. Links to self-help materials and a FAQ list are available on the website.