Neat Article On the Rupert J. Smith Law Library which is free to the public, provides an up-to-date stock of Florida and federal laws. It also offers computer access to legal databases such as Lexis and Loislaw.
A full-time librarian is available to assist people searching through the library's 45,000 books. A conference room provides a venue for private discussions between attorneys and clients.
Although usage is on the rise, according to its operators and board of trustee members, the library founded in 1957 is in jeopardy of shutting down next year.