The Clinton County Law Library is kind of like a museum. There is one room that is filled with current active law books and reference books, and one room with an upper level that have outdated leather bound books that go back as far as the early 1800's. The library has three workstations for attorneys to come in and do their online legal research and word processing. It also has a conference room (which is closed right now) for attorneys to interview clients, taking depositions and various meetings.
At this time, during the pandemic, the public is not permitted in the law library. But prior to, and hopefully after things settle down, they will again be permitted to come in and browse. The public cannot “check-out” books. They must remain in the library, however, you can make copies at $.10 per page.
The Law Library is governed by the Clinton County Law Library Resources Board and current board members are: Lauren Raizk, Co-Chair, Brian Shidaker, Co-Chair, Brett Rudduck, Secretary, John Porter and Mary Ann Foland, Members at Large.