The hours for the Law Library are currently:
Monday, 9:am to 3:pm; Wednesday, 10:am to 3:pm; Friday, 10:am to 2:pm
The Law Library is open for the public and the legal community to access materials for legal research. You can reach the Law Library as follows:
Law & Justice Building
101 NE Sixth, Second Floor, Room 204
Coupeville, WA 98239
North Whidbey/Off-Island: (360) 240-5522
South Whidbey: 321-5111
- Members of the Washington State Bar Association may access the Law Library during normal court hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. To gain access to the Law Library during the hours that the Law Library is not open, please see Superior Court Administration to obtain a key.
- Any legal materials must be used in the library. No check out is available for the general public due to the small size of the library collection. Local attorneys practicing in Island County may check out non-reserve items for up to one week.
- Library staff cannot give legal advice or interpret legal materials for you. They can assist you with locating legal research materials or other resources.
- Three computers are available to access various legal research databases. These computers are not available for personal recreational searching or email usage.
Board of Trustees:
Honorable Vickie I. Churchill, Superior Court Judge
Jill Johnson, Island County Commissioner
Molly McPherson, Member Island County Bar Association
Dale Roundy, Member Island County Bar Association
Matthew Walker, Member Island County Bar Association