About the Library
The Law Library
serves the courts, bar association and litigants in Hall County for all
research needs. The library has approximately 7,100 volumes and includes
State and Federal law. The library also houses CDROMs with popular
legal research sites, and subscribes to the most popular legal research
With the completion of the new Hall County Courthouse in 2002, a Virtual Law Library was established on the 2nd floor. It contains 3 computers connected to the Lexis Nexis online legal research site. The Virtual Law Library also contains a set of the official Code of Georgia Annotated. Additionally, Westlaw Online Access is available in the Virtual Law Library.
On April 28, 2004, the Law Library was renamed for attorney Robert Andrews who sponsored legislation in 1970 to fund a law library in Hall County. The library is now known as The Robert E. Andrews Hall County Law Library in honor of Mr. Andrews.
The library is a revenue generating activity. There is a $5.00 fee for all cases filed in Superior Court, State Court and Probate Court that goes into the library fund, as well as a charge of $.25 for copies made by customers.