UO Jaqua Law Library
The Jaqua Law Library is part of the UO Libraries. The Law Library is located in the Knight Law Center. It contains primary materials for research in U.S. federal and state law, including the records and briefs of the U.S. Supreme Court, current statutes and cases for all 50 states, and extensive law journals. The Law Library holdings are included in the UO Libraries online catalog. The Law Library may be used by UO students, faculty and staff, and members of the public.
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(University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-05-08)This Retrospective discusses the evolution of computer-assisted legal research following the publication of Furth’s article in 1970. It explores how the digital revolution has impacted legal education and the profession ...
(American Association of Law Libraries, 2002-05)Discusses some considerations in moving a law library collection.
(Oregon State Bar Association, 2004-07)This review highlights research components of Business Organizations and Evidence, the first two titles of the newly published Oregon Law & Practice series by Thomson-West.
(Oregon State Bar Association, 2004-01)This review compares the officially published Oregon Revised Statutes with the annotated code recently published by Thomson-West.
(William S. Hein & Co., Inc., the copyright holder and publisher, grants permission to include Oregon Practice Materials: A Selective Bibliography, in Scholars' Bank., 2005)Includes primary and secondary legal materials commonly used in the practice of law in Oregon. Part of a larger set of state annotated legal practice materials.