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Reference Material: Start Here

Finding Reference Material

Finding reliable reference material can be complicated, whether it's online or in print. 

Here you'll find a selected list of reference works, ranging from Oregon specific statistics to newspapers and encyclopedias. Use the tabs at the top of the page to get started.

Can't find what you're looking for? Just ask! We're happy to help. 

Visit the Reference Desk

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Schedule a consultation with a research law librarian for help with your research questions. 

 

 

 

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Chat with a librarian by clicking the "chat" button in the lower right-hand corner of your screen. Look for the green chat button on each Boley Law Library page. (Please note orange chat buttons will send questions to Watzek Library on Lewis & Clark's undergraduate campus.)

 

 

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E-mail a librarian at lawlib@lclark.edu.

 

 

Ready to search for answers on your own? Check out the Research Guides that take the user through many common searches and topics for your research, or search through the A-Z databases for more specialty searches. Remember: we're here to help!Picture of three law librarians holding the same book, Small Teaching Online

 

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
Summer (7/27-8/28), Noon-5pm

503-768-6688
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