Law Library

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The Alden E. Miller Law Library of Clackamas County, established in 1927, helps provide equal access to justice and is open to everyone.

Popular Law Library Databases

Patrons can connect to all of these databases at the Law Library. Please contact the Law Library for additional information or assistance.

Legal research database.

Federal cases and statutes.  All state cases and statutes above the trial court level.

Remote access available.

Self-help legal research resources, including sample legal forms.

Scholarly law journals.

Remote access available.

Sample legal forms.

Remote access available.

Historical and government documents, some law journals and other periodicals.

Accurate, reliable and comprehensive legal research database with access to wide selection of primary and secondary resources.

Current CLE collection.

Remote access available.

Oregon Circuit Court and Oregon Tax Court case information.

Secondary resource covering Oregon specific legal topics.

Legal forms available for purchase in person by appointment only.

Accurate, reliable and comprehensive legal research database with access to wide selection of primary and secondary resources.

Services for Attorneys

Policies

Lawyer In the Library

The Lawyer in the Library program connects participants with an attorney for a FREE consultation of up to 45 minutes. Please contact the Law Library for more information.

Contact
Department Staff
Jennifer Dalglish, JD, MILS
Law Library Director, Law Librarian

Phone:503-655-8248

821 Main St., Room 101, Oregon City, OR 97045

Office Hours:

Monday to Thursday
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(The Law Library may be closed to in-person access for short periods of time during these hours.)