To view just Oregon trial court orders, use the following links:
A new searchable database of Chief Justice Orders (CJOs), joint Chief Justice/Chief Judge Orders, and non-case related Supreme Court Orders (SCOs). Orders are from 2019-2020, and will include orders going forward.
The Appellate Court Records office keeps trial court transcripts separate from the rest of the court documents. The transcripts can be requested for a fee; more information is available on the Appellate Court Services Document/Audio Request Form.
The L&C Law School community has a number of subscription database options for accessing Oregon case law.
Both Fastcase and LLMC Digital are provided for free to the L&C Law School community without a password. Just click on the links below for both on and off-campus access.
Individual passwords are required for Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law. Passwords are distributed to new students at the beginning of the school year. Questions? Ask a reference librarian.
Google Scholar provides access to Oregon cases from 1950, updated within a month.
To access Oregon or other state and federal jurisdictions, go to Google Scholar (scholar.google.com) and select "case law," followed by "select courts."
Google Scholar embeds clickable citation links within the case law and the "How Cited" tab allows one to research prior case law and the subsequent citations to the court decision.
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Boley Law Library maintains a complete historical as well as current collection of Oregon case law, as well as West's Oregon Digest, West's Pacific Digest, and West's Pacific Reporter.
The reporters and digests are located in the library in the state materials section.