Practice Resource Library
The Practice Resource Library is offered as a service to Missouri Bar members for general education purposes.
More than 150 publications are available through the Library including:
Law Office Policies, Procedures, and Operations Manual, Seventh Edition
Own the Map: Marketing Your Law Firm's Address Online
The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC, Second Edition
LinkedIn(R) Marketing Techniques for Law and Professional Practices, Second Edition
Audio recordings form previous MOSOLO conferences can be accessed at no charge in the Forms Bank.
Books are loaned for 21-days and require payment of a $3.00 shipping fee per book .
Shipping fees are due at the end of the lending period when the item is returned to the library.
It is important that the items be returned on time.
Upon request, the lending period may be extended if there is no waiting list for that item.
Requests to borrow an item from the library will be filled weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays. However, on occasion some items may be on loan, which will require your name to be placed on a waiting list. If this should be necessary, you will be notified of the approximate time to expect the item(s) to arrive.
Failure to respond to late notices may result in the forfeiture of access to the Practice Resource Library.
Extra care should be given to items borrowed from the library so that many others may also benefit from them. Coffee stains, torn covers and pages, and items left in the weather are not considered normal wear and tear.
NOTICE: Borrowers are responsible for damage, loss, or theft of items borrowed from the library, and they will be billed for the cost to replace the item(s).
Regulation 15.04.5 provides that a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year by studying law-related materials, including but not limited to videotapes, audiotapes and advance sheets in furtherance of the lawyer's academic and professional competence. A lawyer may report his or her actual time studying the materials. The time should be rounded to the nearest tenth. Fifty minutes equals one credit hour and five minutes equals .1 of an hour.
Access Practice Resource Library
Questions? Please contact:
The Missouri Bar Practice Resource Library
c/o Missy Stevens
PO Box 119
Jefferson City, MO 65102