Articles Tagged with Free law books

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This isn’t a complete list but these are good places to start your search for full-text digital books – but don’t forget your local libraries and librarians.

First, sometimes you need good bibliographic info (e.g. correct spelling of author name, exact title, etc.) before you begin your search for the full-text.  Worldcat dot org is a good catalog to find that info.  Your own Oregon public library may have a full-service subscription version you can use.

Second: General web search engines will index the contents of many of these repositories, but not all content.

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If there is a particular book you want and you know its title, you can check library catalogs or run a web search or ask a law librarian (who have access to this wonderful resource, Svengalis, “Legal Information Buyer’s Guide and Reference Manual”).
But sometimes you don’t know exactly what you want or even if there are books on the subject you are researching.  In addition to checking your local libraries’ catalogs using keyword and subject searches, run a web search using the words free law books.  You can also check out these: