American law is a complicated area of practice. It has a lengthily history and it is dynamic and always changing. Countless law books, legal journals, and case records hold information about American Law. These publications have information that is very important to launching a successful lawsuit. Legal professionals, as well as the public, benefit from legal publications. The State of Oregon Law Library consolidates the many legal publications and case records to make research easy and effective. The resources in the library may hold the key to developing a winning legal case.
The State of Oregon Law Library is a valuable resource for legal professionals, law students, and the public in Oregon. The Library is the primary legal information resource for state government and offers access to the law for all Oregonians.
The beginnings of the library can be traced all the way to 1848. It was originally established to “to be kept at the seat of government for the use of the governor, legislative assembly, judges of the Supreme Court, secretary, marshal, and attorneys of said territory, and such other persons…as shall be prescribed by law.” Today, the library has the same purpose. The large collection of laws, legal journals, and case records provide information for all manners of legal professionals. Members of the public can also access the records. The library collection includes primary legal material, historical and current, from all U.S. jurisdictions. The information needed to perfect your case is available at the State of Oregon Law Library.