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Remote law library services and resources

This guide is intended to help provide remote law students access to law library services and resources for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester.

Law Library Help

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Law Library Access

In response to Gov. Kate Brown's new orders to slow the spread of COVID-19, the law library facilities will be closed to UO students, faculty, and staff. Law library staff will continue to provide remote services Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.

Research Help

Research help and consultations are available remotely. No in-person drop-in research help is currently available.

Email or call 541-346-1654 and leave a message to make an appointment with a librarian. We check messages during the research help hours posted on our website.

A list of research guides and recommended resources curated by our reference librarians is available on our website.


Email the law library Checkout/Reserves/Information Desk with any borrowing questions Request UO resources through LibrarySearch. We are currently offering:

  • email delivery of scanned articles available in the library
  • scheduled pickup of items requested for checkout and ILL

Summit borrowing has been suspended until further notice.

While Interlibrary loan requests are being accepted, many libraries across the country are closed and not able to fill requests. Please fill out the Recommend Item for Purchase form. Note that not all fields are required. Under "Select Subject" select "Law (Law Library Faculty)" so the request is sent to the law library for consideration. If we are unable to purchase, a reference librarian will be in contact to discuss alternatives.


Online resources - available for a limited time

Free BLUEBOOK access: 60-day trial access keys (passwords) to the Bluebook Online.

To obtain key # and receive instructions to set up a new subscription, send email to

Wolters Kluwer Online Study Aid Library

Temporary, online access to hundreds of Wolter Kluwer study aids, treatises, and audio lectures including Examples & Explanations, Emmanuel, and Casenote Legal Briefs.

Non-Law Databases

Links to temporary access to other non-law databases are available on the Trial Databases page.

Study Aids

In addition to the library’s print collection of study aids available for checkout, the law library provides access to hundreds of West online study aids, treatises, and audio lectures. They are likely to include your favorites, and you can access them from anywhere.

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F: (541) 346-3485
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