Law Library Advisory Committee

The Law Library Advisory Committee (LLAC) advises the Law Librarian and Board of County Commissioners regarding the operations, policies, and financial requirements necessary to maintain adequate law library facilities and services. (Lane Manual 3.610)

The LLAC is a Non-Mandated Committee. The existence of the committee is controlled by the Board of Commissioners, and members serve at the pleasure of the Board. (Lane Manual 3.505)

Purpose

Advises the Law Librarian and Board of County Commissioners regarding the operations, policies, and financial requirements necessary to maintain adequate law library facilities and services. Makes recommendations for project priorities and long-range planning goals.

Meeting Schedule

Monthly, or as needed; at least quarterly.

Membership and Current Roster

Up to nine (9) and not fewer than seven (7) members. Consists of three (3) LCBA members appointed by the Lane County Bar Association, two (2) at-large lay (non-attorney) citizens appointed by the Board of Commissioners, and up to four (4) at-large members from the legal profession, including courts, legal aid, and related non-profits. One (1) person from the University of Oregon Law Library staff serves as an ex-officio member.

For the current membership roster, click here.

Membership Term

At-large appointees serve at the will of the appointing Commissioner(s), but for no longer than four (4) years without reappointment.

Vacancy & Application Information

Current vacancies:

  • At-large members from the legal profession – 2 positions open        

Download, print, and fill out application form.

Completed forms may be emailed to lclawlib@co.lane.or.us or mailed to Lane County Administration (address on form).

Paper applications are also available in the Board of Commissioners' Office, located on the 2nd floor of the Public Service Building, 125 East 8th Avenue, Eugene.  To request an application by mail, please call 541-682-4203.

View the Advisory Committee Vacancy notices for information on all current committee vacancies.

Note: You may submit an application at any time. Applications are kept for 12 months from the date the application is received and will be considered should a vacancy occur within that time frame.

Committee Bylaws

(coming soon)

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