A law library is the laboratory of the legal profession. It is an organized collection of materials that helps users locate and understand legal authority. Today's rapid growth of legal information arising from litigation, statutes and regulations, increases the complexity of legal research. The law library can be an invaluable asset for keeping current in a changing legal landscape.
The Judge Lynn Gerald Law Library is one of the resources provided by the Administrative Office of the Courts and is funded by court fees and governed by a Board of Trustees. The law library is located at 1700 Monroe Street, on the 1st floor (east side) of the Lee County Justice Center Complex. The law library provides legal materials for use by the judiciary, attorneys, self-represented (pro se) litigants, members of the legal community, county departments, constitutional offices, and the general public.
The Judge Lynn Gerald Law Library is committed to providing to the public and the legal community cost-effective and timely access to significant print and electronic legal materials generated by local, state and federal lawmakers, courts and agencies. Use our website to learn about the Judge Lynn Gerald Law Library, our services, and the legal resources in our collection as well as to identify legal sites on the web that may be useful to your research.
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Lee County Justice Center
1700 Monroe Street, 1st FL
Fort Myers, FL 33901
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