In response to Gov. Kate Brown's executive order 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 and consultations are available remotely. No in-person drop-in research help is currently available.
A list of research guides and recommended resources curated by our reference librarians is available on our website.
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.
Printing is currently unavailable at the law library. Law students should check their email for printing options and scheduled pick up through the law school via Dean Commissiong.
To obtain key # and receive instructions to set up a new subscription, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Temporary, online access to hundreds of Wolter Kluwer study aids, treatises, and audio lectures including Examples & Explanations, Emmanuel, and Casenote Legal Briefs.
Links to temporary access to other non-law databases are available on the Trial Databases page.