The mission of the State Law Library of Montana is to provide legal information and resources, to enhance knowledge of the law and court system, and to facilitate equal access to justice, statewide.
The library is located in the Joseph P. Mazurek Justice Building at 215 N. Sanders in Helena, Montana. We are open to the public Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and closed on state holidays.
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Checkout our collection of Continuing Legal Education materials or view upcoming programs.
Learn about the Law Library's many collections (including e-books), available in person and online.
Access free Montana state legal information, including the MCA, ARM, MAR, AG Opinions and more.
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The State Law Library is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and closed on legal holidays.
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215 N. Sanders St.
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State Law Library
P.O. Box 203004
Helena, MT 59620-3004
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Library: (406) 444-3660
Toll free in Montana: 1-800-710-9827
Reference Desk: email@example.com
The Law Library is located in the Justice Building on the corner of Sixth Avenue and Sanders Street. We're one block east of the capitol building and the Historical Society Museum. Entrance to off-street parking is available from either Sixth or Sanders. For directions click here.