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Oregon Legal Research Materials Not Online or Through Fee-Based Databases Only

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I’ve updated my “Oregon Legal Research Resources Not Online or Through Fee-Based Databases Only” PDF grid.
You can find it from each of these web pages:
Researchers may find this grid saves them a little time.
It is Oregon-centric with an abbreviated list of federal legal research materials that are not online.  (It is also A Work in Progress and updates are added as I learn of them.)
Librarians know that not everything is online (and even if that resource you need is online, it may not be official or authenticated). Lawyers know, too. See, e.g. Robert Ambrogi’s Law Sites blog post, 5/17/11: “Finding State Court Dockets Online — or Not
Blast from the past: And, you may remember the Penny Hazelton 1999 survey “How much of your print collection is really on Westlaw or Lexis-Nexis?”  That article was published in 18 LRSQ 3 (1999).