I meet more Oregon attorneys who don’t know about this wonderful news than attorneys who do know, so here goes:
Starting January 1, 2010, the OSB BarBooks database will be available and free to ALL members of the Oregon State Bar.
(Many Oregon county law libraries will have subscriptions to the database, too.)
Read more about the database or contact the OSB (not me, please), if you have questions.
What are BarBooks? You know all those wonderful sets of OSB practice books, the loose-leaf ones, the ones everyone (except me) calls CLEs? You know, “Advising Oregon Businesses,” “Civil Pleading and Practice,” and “Appeal and Review” and the dozens of others? Those are now available online as BarBooks. (The print versions are still available, too, for a while, at least.)
A complete list of the titles included are at the OSB BarBooks website.
Those who have read your OSB email news already know this, so spread the word to your colleagues.