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Oregon Legal Research Blog

70 Year Anniversary of John Hersey’s “Hiroshima”
“How John Hersey’s Hiroshima revealed the horror of the bomb,” by Caroline Raphael, BBC Magazine, 22 August 2016,
August 29, 2016

Inaugural Stand-Alone SRLN Equal Justice Program Scheduled for February 2017
The Self-Represented Litigation Network (SRLN) is an organization for Access-to-Justice (A2J) professionals, lawyers, judges, law librarians, law professors, law students, and others who believe that everyone has a right to free or affordable legal assistance and access to courts.
August 22, 2016

Next Big Thing: National Conference on Copyright of State Legal Materials
National Conference on Copyright of State Legal Materials If you don’t think it matters, i.e. free access to current and historical local law, then you aren’t paying attention.
August 22, 2016