Law & Government


The official source for federal legislative information. Find your representative and senator, search for legislation, read about legislative activity and learn how the legislative process works. Find information about House and Senate Committee meetings, membership, and reports.



Contains full-text (PDF) law journals (issues back to their inception), a selection of criminal justice journals, Federal Register (from 1936), CFR (from 1938), U.S. Treaties and Agreements (TIAS from #1849, UST from 1950), U.S. Supreme Court cases (from 1790), early American cases law, English Reports, Statutes of the Realm, U.S. Statutes at Large, and much, much more. This resource is paid for by the Washington County Law Library.

Access hundreds of multi-state legal forms, download chapters from popular NOLO legal books in PDF format, and browse for information on common legal topics. When accessing this resource, use WASHINGTON for the Patron ID, and OREGON for the password. This resource is paid for by the State of Oregon Law Library.



Provides full-text coverage of major law reviews, legal newspapers, bar association journals and international legal journals offers law students, faculty and legal researchers the publications they need for their research and practicum. Each title included is selected on the basis of criteria provided the American Association of Law Libraries.

Useful and up-to-date information on legal information for the public, written by law librarians in Oregon. Learn about small claims court, finding a lawyer, how to do research, and more. Find answers to questions about family law, landlord/tenant law, estate planning, and much more.

The official source for state legislative information. Find your state representative and state senator, search for legislation, find session information and search bills and laws. Learn how the state legislature works. Search the Oregon Revised Statutes - the codified laws of the State of Oregon