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Boley Law Library's Coronavirus Response: Remote Access to Resources

Off-Campus Access

All of our electronic databases are available from off-campus to Lewis and Clark Law School students, faculty, and staff.

Start with our A-Z Databases list or a research guide, select the database you want to access, and enter your L&C email username and password. Also, be sure to look at our guides to Online Casebooks and the Bluebook and on access to pretty much every Legal Study Aid currently being published.

If you have any problems logging in from off-campus, please contact us

Free Resources During COVID-19

Many publishers, databases, and corporations are providing newly free resources to help with remote learning.  Below is an evolving list (not exhaustive) with some resources you may find helpful. Your public library remains an excellent source for e-books and audiobooks as well. (If you do not have a library card, please contact your local public library directly. They may be able to help you set up a card remotely.) If you have any questions about this list or other resources, please contact a librarian. 

  • E-books - See our list of Casebooks, Bluebook & ebooks
  • Databases (may include e-books)
    • Annual Reviews: Access to all content, without paywall
    • Bloomsbury: Many of their database offerings freely available. 
      • Including Bloomsbury Collections, Cultural History, Design Library, Education and Childhood studies, Food Library, etc. Each requires L&C credentials. Check out the complete list, and find working links to each at the linked spreadsheet.
    • JSTOR: Expanded e-book access, and newly added package of public health journals
    • Project MUSE: Many publishers (mostly academic presses) are making their journals and/or e-books freely available
    • ProQuest: Our e-book access is greatly expanded thanks to publishers
    • United States Document Masterfile: 1774-2020: Great resource for government documents
  • Films

Research Help

The building is closed, but we are here to help. Contact a research librarian for help with an assignment, project, or resource. 

Hours: Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm
503-768-6688
lawlib@lclark.edu

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Free Resources from Publishers and Vendors

A number of research databases and publishers have made their resources free during the coronavirus outbreak. Info Docket is maintaining this growing list as well as OCLC