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The world of legal information is in a state of continuous change. Law firm librarians and other legal researchers find themselves using a variety of sources in an array of formats. Some researchers long for the simpler days of print research supplemented by Lexis and Westlaw. Others yearn for a research world with everything available from one, easy to use online source. Ten years ago, some thought that the information overload could not continue. To the contrary, information overload continues which presents tremendous challenges those on the front lines of legal research. What do the ...
The Oregon Legal Research (OLR) Blog explores the world through the mind of an Oregon public law librarian. Legal research tips, advice to the legal blawger/blogger, commentary on reading material, not a small amount of humor, and a few digressions will be included. A regional flavor will prevail, primarily Oregon and Portland-metro area, though the OLR bloggers reserve the right to post about places once lived and experiences savored – all with a legal research connection, of course. Some of the most difficult cases for lawyers, and social workers and judges, to resolve involve ... Read More
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