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BarBooks Available to All Oregonians!

by Amanda Duke on 2022-06-15T16:24:00-07:00 in Legal Resource Access, Legal Research | Comments


The Oregon State Bar, through a grant from the Professional Liability Fund, is making the BarBooks available online to all library patrons for the first time. The BarBooks is a library of treatises that are published by the Oregon State Bar. These books are aimed at lawyers, but they are also a valuable resource for those who are representing themselves. Most of these books include sample legal forms that are specific to the Oregon courts and law.  

For the general public, you will need to contact SOLL staff (during library operating hours) and request a digital token. Once you have been given the token, follow these instructions. This token must be used within 30 minutes or it expires. Once activated, your token will remain validated as long as you are actively searching and your browser stays open. You may request additional tokens as needed.

For state agency patrons who are not lawyers, you will be able to create your own non-member account (you must use a state agency issued email address in order for the system to recognize you). Instructions for creating an account are also found on our website.

The Oregon State Bar has tips on how to navigate BarBooks, including searching, printing and downloading. 

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