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Welcome to the LycomingCounty

Law Library

•48 West Third Street •Basement •Williamsport •PA• 17701•
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Closed Thursday
Phone: (570) 327-2289

About the Law Library

The Lycoming County Law Library has been located in the basement of the Lycoming County Courthouse since January of 2018. Prior to moving back into the courthouse the law library was housed and maintained by the James V. Brown Library for 12 years. In addition to our new location, the law library has expanded its resources and services in order to provide comphrensive and current information to the public.There is a staff member available during operating hours to assist with research and questions.*

We have two public access computers for legal research, looking up general information, and viewing informational videos. See our Legal Research Collection page and our Helpful Links for Research page for more details about our online resources!













There is space available to read from our print collection or review forms and documents. Check out our Legal Research Collection page for a list of our print collection along with a brief description of their content.


There is plenty of room to fill out court packets and forms, conduct legal research, and prepare documents. Court packets are available on our Law Library Forms page, as well as in the library*.

*One packet per filing


*“Pro se litigants” are individuals who are representing themselves in a legal proceeding.
The Lycoming County Law Library has organized materials and resources for individuals who choose to represent themselves in a legal matter. Individuals who represent themselves in court proceedings are referred to as “pro se,” which in Latin means “for self.” The information provided online and in the law library may not be appropriate for your situation. The law library does not provide legal advice and should not be substituted for legal advice. If you have legal questions, you should contact a lawyer. Pro se litigants are held to the same standards as attorneys admitted to the bar of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Representing yourself does not exempt you from understanding and following state-wide and local rules of court.


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