Adams-Pratt Oakland County Law Library

Adams-Pratt Oakland County Law Library

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 Free Legal Aid Clinics

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Family Law Assistance Program (FLAP)


Assistance with family law concerns for eligible, low-income Oakland County residents.

 
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Legal Aid and Defender Association Outreach Clinic


Assistance with civil law issues for eligible, low-income individuals and their families.  Available to residents of Oakland, Macomb and Wayne Counties.

 
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Common Ground
Legal Aid Clinic


Assistance with a variety of legal concerns.  Open to all.

 
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Salvation Army William Booth Legal Aid Clinic


Assistance to low income individuals with civil law issues EXCEPT those related to Family Law, Immigration or Estate Planning. Open to all.

 

 

Registration for the clinics is done on-site at the Law Library on the day of the clinic.
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 New Legal Research Database!

WEST ACAD - KEYBOARD.pngAdams-Pratt Oakland County Law Library has a new legal research database, West Academic Reference Collection This new database provides online access to hundreds of West Nutshells and West Hornbooks.

West Academic Reference Collection is specially designed for use by both legal practitioners and laypersons for their particular research needs. In addition, all registered Law Library cardholders may access this online legal resource here at the Library, in their offices, at home, and on any mobile device. We encourage you to explore the following content:

The Nutshell Series of introductions to over 150 areas of law, focusing on the most important issues, and highlighting key cases and statutes.

The Hornbook Series® and the Concise Hornbook Series™ providing authoritative, fundamental starting points for your legal research.

 Fascinating Facts About . . .

Independence Township, Michigan

Independence Township Beachfront, MI

In the 1820s, migrants from New York and New Jersey settled Independence Township. Land in the southeast corner of the region, once known as the “Sashabaw Plains” was very conducive to farming. In other parts of the settlement, gently rolling hills, abundant lakes, marshes, and swamps completed the geological picture.

In the late 1800s, the lakes of Independence Township began to draw summer visitors via the Detroit & Milwaukee Railroad. By the early 20th century, automobiles made holiday travel to the Township much easier. Summer homes and cottages were built in neighboring Clarkston on Mill Pond and Deer Lake; local investors eventually purchased nearby farms for residential and commercial development. Today, Independence Township is a suburban community offering all-seasons recreation, plus eclectic dining, entertainment and shopping.
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