Community Legal Information Center (CLIC)

COMMUNITY LEGAL INFORMATION Center (CLIC) at JULIEN AND VIRGINia CORNELL LIBRARY

ABOUT CLIC
The Community Legal Information Center (CLIC) opened in July 2015 after the Vermont State Library’s law program closed in Montpelier. Financed by an annual grant from the Vermont Department of Libraries and operated by VLS librarians and staff, CLIC offers free legal reference services for the general public:

  • WALK-IN ACCESS to Westlaw and LexisAdvance, legal databases containing primary (court decisions, statutes, and regulations) and secondary (encyclopedias, treatises, and dictionaries) sources.
  • Legal self-help books
  • Vermont legal materials
  • Self access to printers, scanners, photocopying, and faxing 

CLIC is open during Vermont Law School Library hours.  

Ask A Law Librarian Line: call (802)-831-1313 or email reference@vermontlaw.edu

 For additional information, contact CLIC Coordinator Natalia May, namay@vermontlaw.edu, or 802-831-1440. 

*Law librarians are unable to provide legal advice. Librarians are available to suggest legal resources and provide guidance about how to use sources. If you need a lawyer, librarians will provide information on potential sources of legal help.

Julien and Virginia Cornell Library
164 Chelsea Street | PO Box 60 |South Royalton, VT 05068