Articles Tagged with Low-cost legal assistance

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This is a short list of guides and gateways to Oregon self-help litigant and legal information resources. You can drill down into any of these websites and find many more legal resources:

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We try to update this Oregon Legal Assistance Resource Guide at least twice a year (you can also find the guide from the WCLL Legal Research Resources website), but additions, corrections, and suggestions are always welcome. You can “Leave a reply” to this blog post or you can “Contact Us” via email.

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Short answer: No. (But your questions do give us ideas for future blog posts!)

Longer answer: The two professional law librarians currently posting to this blog serve a county of 500,000+ residents (and the rest of Oregon – and other states and countries on occasion) and run a public law library so we just don’t have the time to answer everyone’s questions. (But you can visit your own county’s Law Library and research your question!)

Longest, and perhaps more useful, answer for those with legal reference or research questions: Please read the legal research tips we provided in our August 2010 blog post:

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Read this interesting blog post and discussion (in the Comments).

Future Fridays: Hey, ABA – Why Do Solos and Smalls Bear the Burden of Access to Justice? By Carolyn Elefant, at MyShingle, November 7, 2014.

And this one:

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“Markowitz Herbold PC presents the Ninth Annual Taste for Justice benefiting St Andrew Legal Clinic, Thursday, October 30, 2014.

Join fellow lawyers and supporters for a lively evening celebrating the “taste” of fine vintage wines, craft beers, spirits from local distilleries and exceptional cuisine – all while raising funds to support the important work of St. Andrew Legal Clinic. Don’t miss this special evening.

Reserve your tickets at 503.281.1500 x 324 or online at Taste for Justice dot org.”