The Anoka County Law Library serves residents of the county including judges of the courts, all county and municipal officials, members of the bar and of the general public. It is the policy of the Anoka County Law Library to provide its users with adequate resources for legal research and to accomplish this, library materials are kept as current as possible and in good condition. Anoka County Law Library staff, when requested, will provide reference assistance to library users in conformance with the Code of Ethics of the American Association of Law Libraries and in accordance with the Minnesota Unauthorized Practice of Law Statute.
Anoka Family Law Clinic
The Family Law Clinic provides lawyers who may be able to review your legal papers, answer questions about the law, and advise you about court proceedings. The attorneys can advise you about divorces, orders for protection, child support motions, custody matters and parenting time (visitation). These lawyers provide a brief service but do not represent you in court. This is a joint program with Anoka County Law Library and Central Minnesota Legal Services. See our flyer for available dates. Call 763-422-7487 to set up a 45 minute appointment.
The University of Minnesota also supports a family law clinic in the Library. For additional information and upcoming dates see the flyer.
Legal Reference Assistance
$0.15 per page.
Coin-operated machine available if staff is unavailable
Copy cards may also be purchased at the front desk for $20, $100, and $200 increments.
If you are a student, ask library staff about student rates for copying.
Computers - for internet access and document preparation
Fax - $0.25 per page for local and $1 per page for long distance to send or receive.