The law library collection contains state and federal published opinions; city and county ordinances; state and federal statutes; legal periodicals; treatises, form books and miscellaneous reference materials. You can call the library if you have any questions regarding the collections or you can also stop by Monday thru Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Jefferson County Public Law Library is available to all people as a reference facility. The staff of the Jefferson County Public Law Library cannot give any legal advice or interpretations of the law. The Jefferson County Public Law Library is a non-profit organization supported solely by private donations and fees allocated under Kentucky Revised Statutes 172.180 and 453.060.
Our Lady of Justice was created by Paula Jull while she was a student at Indiana University. A Louisville native born in 1949, Jull is one of three children born to Judge Louis and Dorothy H. Jull, Judge Jull was a juvenile court judge in Jefferson County in the 1950's.