Legal Help Resources
Oregon Resources 
  •  Free Legal Information for Low-Income Oregonians. Information for civil legal issues.  Articles, forms, courts and information about where to find free legal help.  Sponsored by Legal Aid Services of Oregon and  the Oregon Law Center. 
  • Oregon Legal Assistance Resource Guide  A free, printable .pdf guide to legal assistance resources in Oregon with embedded links.  Compiled by the Washington County (OR) Law Library. 
  • Oregon State Bar  Links to lawyer referral services, legal information topics, juror handbooks and much more. 
  • Oregon Department of Justice/Consumer Protection Division  Scam alerts, consumer information about veteran's tights, elder care, charitable giving, online safety, telecommunications, homeownership and real estate and much more.
  • Oregon Courts/Oregon Judicial Department Family Law  Forms, Topics and Resources relating to Family Law and the Oregon Courts and Judicial System   
  • Oregon Legal Research  Sponsored by Access to Justice and public law librarians in Oregon, this site includes a "Top Ten Q & A" for legal questions, links to law libraries across Oregon, guides to legal research and much more. 
  • Multnomah Bar Association  Includes printable publications in both English and Spanish on various topics including juvenile rights and domestic violence. 

Lane County Resources: 

Other Resources:

  • 211 refweb's Community Resource Directory for Oregon and Southwest Washington contains a searchable index to resources available by city including family, food pantry, financial, health, housing as well as legal resources.   
  • Also be sure to check the library's access to the Legal Information Reference Center database.  You will need to log into the catalog with your library card number and PIN and then select databases. The Legal Information Reference Center link will be found under the EbscoHost Databases link. 
  • The information provided on this site is for research purposes only. We do not provide legal advice, nor do we endorse any person, product, or company.
  • It is against state law for library staff members to engage in any conduct that might constitute the unauthorized practice of law (ORS 9.160, 9.166 and 9.21). They may not interpret statutes, cases or regulations, perform legal research, recommend or assist in the preparation of forms, or advise patrons regarding their legal rights. They may, however, assist patrons in locating materials or links that would aid in individual research.