Oregon Legal Research

Oregon Legal Research

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Welcome to the Oregon Legal Research gateway powered by Oregon public law librarians and their Access to Justice partners.

Our goal is to promote justice by providing all Oregonians with access to legal information and legal research assistance.

Access to justice under the Oregon Constitution requires more than simple access to legal information or the courts.

Oregon Legal Research Blog
Blinded by Guilt and Butt-Dialing the Devil (Journal of Exp Social Psych)
Librarians advocate reading widely, especially outside one’s usual fields of interest or even research. (This is the opposite of what most “social media” (aka anti-social media) forces on their customers.)
December 20, 2021

Washington County Law Library now offers eBooks
The Washington County Law Library now offers eBook access to a variety of legal titles, including some key Oregon legal research materials. The pilot project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the State Library of Oregon.
December 10, 2021

Virtual Court Hearings in Oregon: Tips for Teachers and the Intellectually Curious
Our matchless Oregon Classroom Law Project (CLP) has a
December 9, 2021