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Online LLM and MSL Library Resources: Start Here

Library Support for Online LLM Students

Screenshot of the Environmental Law program page advertising the JD, LLM, ad MSL programsThe Boley Law Library is committed to supporting the research needs of our students who participate in an online LLM or MSL program at Lewis & Clark Law School. We recognize both the challenges and rewards of conducting research while completing an online program.

Online LLM and MSL students have full use of the library's facilities and services. Library staff members are available to assist you in your research questions and you can access all online databases we subscribe to from off campus. To get started in your legal research journey, we recommend checking out our BoleyPalooza page, which introduces you to both library resources and your research librarians. Rob Truman is your personal librarian. 

The videos below explain how to register for Bloomberg, Lexis, and Westlaw passwords, introduce you to the library's website, how to search the library's catalog, how to make a virtual reference appointment with a law librarian, and Screenshot of the Animal Law program page advertisting the JD, LLM, and MSL programsmore. 

The tabs at the top of the page have more information about library specifics, such as checking out books, where to get help, and interlibrary loan.

Do you have an environmental law legal research question? Start with our Environmental Law Research Guide

Do you have an animal law legal research question? Start with our Animal Law Research Guide


Research Help

We're here to help. Contact a research librarian for help with an assignment, project, or resource. 

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