The Boley Law Library's website has a new look and a new home, lawlib.lclark.edu. Check out our new digs, change your bookmarks and please give us your feedback.
"Like" the Law Library on Facebook for updates on library hours (and construction in the library this summer), new books, online research enhancements, meet the staff (and their pets), and recommend books. Once we reach 200 "likes" you'll be entered to win a gift card to Mike's Coffee Cart, just in time for exams!
Check out Law360, our new current awareness and litigation search service that leading lawyers use to keep track of the law - and law students use to develop paper topics.
Now that exam time has returned, the Boley Law Library is once again providing the study-friendly services you have come to depend on.
Check out our new digital archive featuring 700 unique titles and over 750,000 pages dedicated to Ameican Indian Law.
Need a break? Check out Boley's collection of law-related fiction books and DVDs available in the Doreen Margolin Law in Popular Culture Collection.
Professor and Associate Dean Peter Nycum retired May 31, 2011. His 33 years of service leave a lasting imprint on the Law School and he will be greatly missed.
Get off to a great start. Read on for all you need to know about wireless access, picking up your library card, online databases, Westlaw & LexisNexis passwords, email and more.
Sign up now for free access to BarBooks, the essential first stop for Oregon legal research.
Taking a summer course, writing a paper, working on law review or for a professor this summer? Sign up now for full-access to these key legal research databases.
Check out our new special collection, featuring law-related fiction, biography, and nonfiction books and DVDs written by and about lawyers.
The Law Library now has the LexisNexis Digital Hearings (1824-present) and Research collections, containing full-text pdf versions of Congressional Hearings, Prints and CRS Reports.
Branch out and study for exams this year with CALI lessons. Choose from over 675 online lessons in 33 different legal subject areas.
Find video and audio podcasts of L&C College and Law's Focus the Nation Teach-In events here.
Find links to all of the key resources relating to L&C Law School's first MLK Jr. Day Speaker.
Give 360 Search a try - Search over 40 of our top legal research databases with a single click
Find full text articles by citation, whether online or in the Law Library, with our newly improved Boley Article Finder .
The Law Library is pleased to introduce this major digital library containing over 21,000 electronic books.
February 10 marks the official fifth anniversary of Wood Hall. Step into the Boley wayback machine and relive the construction, opening, dedication by Justice Scalia, and even the protests.
International law is being interpreted and applied in domestic courts worldwide. From security to human rights to the environment, use ILDC to track cases from over 65 nations.
Our popular Lewis & Clark Law School Podcasts now include support for one-click iTunes subscriptions. Oh, and we've also started adding videocasts...
Exams may be over, but we remain open much of winter break to serve your holiday law library needs.
Our latest major digital library allows you to search over 350,000 documents from more than 150,000 Supreme Court cases.
Listen to the latest law school lectures, symposia and events at the new L&C Law School Podcasts page.
Use our latest online tool, New Law Titles, to see what books, DVDs, e-titles and more are added to our collection each week. Plus, browse by topic and keep up-to-date with RSS.
The Law Library offers six new essential research databases, including a major legislative history acquisition - the U.S. Congressional Serial Set and American State Papers - and much more.
Join us in April for talks by authors Philip Margolin, Ron & Jewel Lansing, a champagne reception and "study breaks" as we celebrate this Boley milestone.
Try out the databases practicing attorneys rely on every day for current awareness, analysis, and quick access to the latest cases, legislation, and regulations.
Casebooks not quite cutting it as recreational reading? Then check out this book list that is both fun (except Helter Skelter...) and educational.
Track the latest legal scholarship in your chosen field with the Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP), now online.
Keep on on environmental and energy issues with three online publications now available: Environment & Energy Daily, Greenwire, and Land Letter.
Starting Sept. 13 every computer using Windows on campus will be checked for critical Windows updates and anti-virus software before gaining access to the network. Set up your laptop in 3 easy steps.
This Spring the Law Library will celebrate a milestone, the addition of its 500,000th volume! Look for special events throughout the year, starting Sept. 15th with an ice cream party.