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State of Oregon Law Library Provides Statewide, Remote Access to EBSCO & Fastcase
The State of Oregon Law Library (SOLL) is providing statewide access to 2 valuable legal research databases, previously unavailable for remote access to non-attorney Oregonians.
November 3, 2015

Too Big to Sue, (new-ish) Tort Reform, Arbitration Clauses, the Supreme Court and You
If you haven’t seen these 2 articles in your news feeds then you’re not doing your consumer law education reading: New York Times articles, by Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Michael Corkery, November 2015:
November 2, 2015

The 1935 Fire that Burned the Oregon State Capitol
The Oregon capitol building burned in the spring of 1935, destroying most records. What the fire did not destroy, the water damaged. If anything survived, it went to the Oregon Historical Society and the State Archives.
October 20, 2015