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OREGON COUNTY LAW LIBRARIES: Oregon solo and small law firm practitioners are very lucky though many don’t know it. There is a public law library in just about every county. That library may be a wall in a county office, a 5,000 sq ft facility, or a large room in the local university library, but at my last count, 16 of those Oregon county law libraries have excellent basic and current law book collections and qualified law library staff with access to Lexis or Westlaw and a network of law librarians near and far who seldom leave any reference request unfilled. Our regular patrons swear by our services whether it be for meeting room space, CLEs to check out and use for MCLE credit, for online searches, and much more. (We’re also edgy, opinionated, and funny, as are many law librarians – what more could you want, apart from the promised Love and Affection awaiting us all out there, if we can tear ourselves away from the work we love long enough to pay attention.)

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