Milwaukee County Law Library
||Milwaukee County Courthouse
901 N 9th St. Room G-8
Milwaukee, WI 53233
The Milwaukee County Law Library (MCLL) is a public law library operated by the Wisconsin State Law Library under a contract with Milwaukee County.
The mission of the Milwaukee County Law Library is to serve the legal information needs of Milwaukee County government, judges, attorneys, and the public by providing the highest quality of professional expertise in the selection, maintenance, and use of materials, information and technology in order to facilitate equal access to the law.
The library's collection contains Wisconsin primary legal materials, as well as State Bar of Wisconsin CLE practice books and other secondary legal materials. The library also has a limited amount of federal materials, including the United States Code Service, Milwaukee City ordinances, general reference books, and some titles aimed at the non-lawyer. The library offers three public access computers with free access to the Internet, Westlaw, and the Wisconsin State Law Library catalog (including MCLL titles). Family law forms for Milwaukee County self-represented (pro se) litigants are available at the MCLL for a fee. Staff members of the MCLL are not attorneys and cannot assist with filling out pro se legal forms. Please visit the Milwaukee Justice Center for assistance completing forms.
Borrowing privileges are available to court staff, licensed attorneys, federal, state, county, and city government agency employees. Library cards obtained at the MCLL can also be used at the Wisconsin State Law Library. Books from the Wisconsin State Law Library may be shipped to the MCLL free of charge.
Photocopies and computer printouts are available at a cost of 25 cents per page.