The Lane County Law Library provides legal books, web based resources, and staff to help you use those resources. The library is open to the general public, attorneys, litigants, court staff, and county staff.
We are continuing our website redesign. There are now links for Online Legal Research including our Research Guides, Civil Litigation Self Help Page, and our Online Catalog on the left sidebar.
About the Library
The library is located in the basement of the Public Service Building downtown next to the County Courthouse. The facilities include a print collection, a computer research room, a meeting room, copiers, and tables for reading and research. The law library provides access to print materials including treatises, practice guides, statutes, cases, and CLEs. The library also provides free access to internet based research including Westlaw.
Mission Statement: The Lane County Law Library is dedicated to providing a high-level of service to all members of the community. As part of this mission, the Law Library strives to provide access to legal materials needed for legal research by members of the bar, the judiciary and the public.
Other Services Provided by the Law Library
If you are new to online legal research, our staff can help you understand Westlaw, Lexis, or Fastcase. We are happy to give training on any research done in the library. If you want to make any training more convenient, feel free to contact staff to set up a time for training.