Eudora Welty Library is the proud home
of the Capital Area Bar Association's
(CABA) public law library. In a cooperative effort
with the county bar association, the library
houses two computers dedicated to use with legal databases. Staff is available to answer
general questions patrons may have about
how to access the law library
in order to answer legal questions.
Law Library Policy
The Capital Area Bar Association (CABA) Law Library is a computer-based
research facility, housed at Eudora Welty
Library. The primary purpose for its establishment
was to provide legal research services.
The CABA Law Library is available
for public use during the operating hours
of the Eudora Welty Library.
Guidelines for Use of Law Library
The CABA Law Library is designated
and provided for the use of patrons seeking
to do legal research. Library patrons
seeking to do legal research shall be
given first priority to the facilities.
Patrons doing legal research are asked
to limit their time on the machines to
a reasonable time, particularly when other
patrons are waiting. There are legal research
materials available on the internet. Internet access is provided in the
CABA Law Library. This document
is written to provide rules specific to
the CABA Law Library. The Jackson/Hinds
Library System Internet Policy is also
in effect when using the CABA Law Library.