Law Library
Skip navigation links
Fayette County New Website
About Us
Doing Business With Us
e-Services and Forms
Skip navigation links
County GovernmentExpand County Government
Court of Common PleasExpand Court of Common Pleas
Elected OfficialsExpand Elected Officials
Law Library
Fayette County > Law Library
Fayette County Courthouse
Law Librarian
Fayette County Courthouse
61 East Main Street
Uniontown, Pa. 15401
Phone 724-430-1228
   Fax 724-430-4886
The Fayette County Law Library is located on the second floor of the Fayette County Courthouse.
Sunday          Closed
Monday          8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday         8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Wednesday     8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Thursday        8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday            8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday        Closed 
The Fayette County Law Library is closed for all national holidays.
Barry R. Blaine          Law Librarian
Barbara Pasqua        Assistant Law Librarian

The Fayette County Law Library contains Pennsylvania statutes, federal laws, case law reporters, digests, treatises on law, form books and law sources.  To complement these books, selected legal online databases and CD-ROMs are available.  The online resources include: Westlaw, LexisNexis, Loislaw, and the Jenkins Law Library.

The Law Library’s archives include a variety of titles other than law, including a rare books collection and local history books on Fayette County.

Click here to view our list of Local History Books on Fayette County

Photocopies from library materials cost $.25 per page.

Fax service is available at the following cost - $1.00 per page for 1 through 5 pages, and $.25 per page thereafter. Fees are adjusted to cover long distance rates when necessary.

Computer printer copies cost $.25 per page.
  • Direct you to sources of information on a specific subject.
  • Instruct you in the usage of resource materials.
  • Instruct you in finding specific statutes, case law and other legal references.
  • Make referrals to agencies.
  • Give legal advice or opinions on legal issues.
  • Interpret statutes, cases or regulations.
  • Choose or recommend language for use on any form or other legal document.
  • Select or assist in filling out forms or other legal documents.
  • Recommend an attorney.
The Fayette County Law Library is operated in conformity with rules of the Court of Common Pleas of the judicial district embracing Fayette County and is open to the general public. 
Visit for a easy-to-use online resource
for both clients and lawyers alike from Pennsylvania Legal Services
of the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network. The website is your
online guide to legal information and civil legal aid in Pennsylvania.

The cultural and educational pursuits of the Fayette County Law Library are promoted through the display of non-performing local artists’ work in the library’s museum case.   We are pleased to share their works as Showcase of Local Artists and welcome visitors to the Fayette County Law Library to view the museum case.