Articles Tagged with Oregon Legal Research blog

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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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My first (and truly sad) Oregon Legal Research blog post was written 9 years ago – and this is post number 3,122. I’ve come a long way since then, with lots of help from co-workers, managers, and most of all, the fabulous Legal Information to the Public people at Tim Stanley’s Justia, who brought us out of the blogging dark ages, with technical, hosting, and moral support.

We need to start planning for a 10th birthday celebration!

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We are not able to answer reader’s specific legal questions, although we do try to respond when the answer has legal research value to other readers.

Suggestions:

1) Look for updates to specific Oregon Legal Research blog posts, by clicking on the subject Tags at the end of the post. Or, link to the Oregon Law Help website, which has excellent guides for real Oregonians with real legal problems and questions. (Or, check the Oregon Legal Assistance Resource Guide.)