News & Updates
The Law Library is celebrating its 150th anniversary this month. The Lancaster Law Library Association officially received its charter on April 15, 1867. In 1948 the Library Association merged with the Lancaster Bar Association, and in 1961 the County assumed full responsibility for the support of the Library. The Library is part of Judicial Services and comes under the supervision of the Court Administrator and the President Judge.
Advanced mineral title examination for attorneys
Buying & selling a business in Penna., 8th ed.
The catastrophic injury case
Death & taxes
Dragonetti & litigation torts
eDiscovery, 4th ed.
The energy section at risk for cyberattacks
Estate & elder law symposium, 18th annual
Hot topics in capital cases
Litigating the employment discrimination case
Making use of trusts for asset protection of the middle class
The modernization of alcohol law in Penna.
Practical Medicaid planning
Quiet title actions in western Pa.
Salty business—flood insurance; navigating coastal and waterfront development
Trends in municipal finance
Using social media effectively and ethically in your practice
Recent Update HighlightsNew book—How to Start and Build a Law Practice, 5th ed., by Foonberg
Pocket parts for the Restatements and Principles of Law volumes
Prince’s Dictionary of Legal Citations, 9th ed.