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About the Public Library Initiative

Many Trial Court services and resources are now available virtually, but not everyone knows about the remote services offered by the court or has the technology needed to take full advantage of these resources. That’s where the Public Library Initiative comes in. This initiative focuses on ensuring that no one gets left behind.

How do we do that? 

We help by offering access to virtual court services via the comfort and convenience of your local library. Our goal is to remove many of the barriers that people face in getting to our courts in person, or reaching us virtually, such as: transportation; childcare; stable internet access and/or computer access; and limited training or experience in using technology platforms such as Zoom.

Are you a Public Library that is interested in learning more?

Visit Information for Libraries to learn more about the initiative.

Are you looking to access virtual court services at a library near you?

Visit Partner Library Locations for more information.

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Information for Libraries

What does it mean to be a Partner Library? 

Partner Libraries are committed to learning about the virtual services and resources that are available through the Trial Court, and they allow court users to access these virtual services at their local library via the court's user-friendly A2J website.

If you are interested in learning more about how to become a Partner Library, please check out the following resources for libraries:

  1. Review our Quick Reference Guide for Partner Libraries.
  2. Download our Brochure.
  3. Send an email to publiclibraryproject@jud.state.ma.us for questions or additional information about the initiative.

Partner Library Locations

Are you interested in accessing virtual Trial Court services at a local library? 

Please check out our list of Partner Libraries below to find a location near you. If you do not find a convenient location on our list of Partner Libraries, you may still be able to use the computers and internet at your local library to connect with us. Call your local library to learn more about the resources may be available to you.

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