John E Jaqua Law Library Home UO Libraries
Law Library Student Services - Getting startedFall Term Hours: UO students, faculty and staff: Monday-Thursday: 7:30am-midnight Friday: 7:30am-9pm
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William W Knight Law Center
(1 days ago) "The Law Center was designed to foster a strong sense of community among all the building's users, through interaction, informal meeting spaces and visibility. The 138,000 sf building is organized along a curving interior street, reaching up four levels to the clerestory windows and skylights, and connecting the classrooms, library and common
LexisNexis Westlaw Access Policy
(8 days ago) Access Policy for Bloomberg Law, LexisNexis, and Westlaw The license agreements for password access to Bloomberg Law, LexisNexis, and Westlaw limit authorized users to University of Oregon Law School faculty, administration, staff, and students, and may be used only for the educational purposes of the Law program. Law school students, faculty, and staff who do not have passwords may contact
Dewey Classified Microfilm Inventory UO Libraries
(7 days ago) Dewey Decimal Classified Microfilm Titles in the Dewey Microfilm and Microprint collections were acquired by the UO Library prior to 1965. Most reels contain single dissertations. The inventory is arranged by Dewey Decimal number. Entries include author, title, publication date. No records for most of these works appear in the UO Library's online catalog.
Law Library Study Rooms UO Libraries
(7 days ago) The John E. Jaqua Law Library provides individual and group study rooms for UO JD, CRES, and LLM students. Rooms 230A-230E and 262A are group study rooms reservable in advance. All other study rooms in the library will still be available on first-come basis. Room requests are mediated.
Recommended Law Research Guides
(9 days ago) Recommended Law Research Guides Overview Research Guides orient users to particular areas of legal research and provide a list of specific research tools. The sites below provide a wide array of research guides, from basic legal research to specific areas of law, that are excellent starting points for unfamiliar areas of legal research.
(7 days ago) Entertainment law in a nutshell Sherri L. Burr / (St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing, 2021) KF4819 .U53 2019 Understanding immigration law by Kevin R. Johnson, et al. / (Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press, LLC, ) KF5402 .P528 2020 Administrative law
Director, Law Library University of Oregon School of Law
(2 days ago) Florida Coastal School of Law, July 2002 – July 2003 Manage the law library, direct the staff, develop the collections and services, support the faculty and students, and administer the budget. Teach Administrative Law. Access Services Librarian, Gallagher Law …
Buildings and Landmarks
(7 days ago) THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON Individual Buildings & Landmarks For information about specific buildings, landmarks, or spaces, consult the list below. Note: The most recent building name is used for a work that has had several names.
Access Policy for Law.com UO Libraries
(8 days ago) Law student and faculty use only. Use VPN for off-campus access. The sign-in button will always appear, but don’t sign in, you will still have access to the content. Use the self-registration link for setting up personal accounts for newsletters and alerts:
The Perceived Realism of African American Portrayals on
(1 days ago) regulatory roles, such as law enforcement officers and depicted with more positive characteristics than before. Tamborini, Mastro, Chory-Assad, and Huang (2000) noticed that Black television characters had similar character-istics as their White television counterparts. EFFECTS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN PORTRAYALS IN THE MEDIA
Browse Rooms & Study Spaces UO Libraries
(6 days ago) Law Library Study Rooms. Reserve. UO Portland Library and Learning Commons Today's Building Hours: 9am-6pm (Public: By Appt Only) UO Portland Library Group Study Classroom (WSB 072A) Reserve. UO Portland Library Study Room (WSB 172A) Reserve. UO …
Privacy Statement UO Libraries
(3 days ago) Oregon Revised Statute 192.502 (23) exempts from disclosure under open records law the records of a library, including: (a) circulation records, showing use of specific library material by a named person; (b) the name of a library patron together with the address or telephone number of the patron; and (c) the electronic mail address of a patron
Copyright Basics for Graduate Students UO Libraries
(2 days ago) “exclusive right”: This language conveys the intention of the law to motivate authors and creators by allowing a period of time during which they can profit from their work-- a kind of temporary monopoly. On the other end of the balance scale, the phrase "limited Times" acknowledges the social value and necessity for public accessibility of
Law Library Exhibits Explore the Life of Minoru Yasui UO
(1 days ago) William W. Knight Law Center (1515 Agate Street, Eugene), 2nd and 3rd floors Exhibits open to the public during Law Library hours . Minoru Yasui, Japanese Internment, and the Fight for Social Justice : This exhibit explores Japanese internment during World War II, the career of Oregon Law graduate Minoru Yasui, and the importance of social
Pickup and Delivery Options UO Libraries
(9 days ago) Law Library Curbside Pickup. Requested materials can be picked up at the law library during open hours. When requesting items in LibrarySearch, after signing in with your credentials, select the Jaqua E. Law Library option in the Pickup Location drop-down. We will notify you when the material is ready.
Organizational Chart UO Libraries
(Just Now) UO Library Administration and Management Organization Chart Vice Provost and University Librarian (Alicia Salaz)Direct Reports Interim Associate VPUL for Research, Instruction, and Access Services - Nancy Cunningham Associate VPUL for Central Services - Evey Lennon Associate VPUL for Collection Services - Vacant Director, Applications Development & Integration - Ray Henry Interim Director, Law
Subject Librarians UO Libraries
(6 days ago) Our Subject Librarians and Specialists have expertise in academic disciplines. They are listed below along with their Research Guides. Please contact them to schedule an individual or group consultation to assist you with your research needs or to schedule a course presentation. If …
Student Services FAQ
(8 days ago) Email the law reference librarians at [email protected] or call 541-346-1654. Messages are checked periodically during the day. Librarians can help you identify and use resources needed for research projects, writing papers, or to reinforce what …
(5 days ago) Contact Reference. The University of Oregon Libraries email reference service answers questions Monday - Friday. With the Coronavirus and closure of the UO Libraries, we are still monitoring and answering email questions but there might be a slight delay due to high volume.
Records Management Confidential Recycling at University of
(6 days ago) It's the Law. The University is required to protect the privacy of all students and employees. Under Oregon State Law the University must safely destroy confidential materials (OAR #166-030-0060(2)). You and your Department must comply. The University has contracted with Garten Services, Inc. for pick-up, shredding, and pulping of all
Knight Library Regular Hours UO Libraries
(6 days ago) Monday - Thursday: 6am - 1am Friday: 6am - 7pm Saturday: 9am - 7pm Sunday: 9am - 1am Current UO ID required after 10pm. Services at the Knight Checkout & Reserves Desk are available during all open hours. Consult the Knight Library's full calendar for holiday closures and other exceptions.
Data for Local Communities Homepage
(5 days ago) Welcome to Data for Local Communities, a service of the Orbis Cascade Alliance. This website is a gathering place for statistical, spatial, and descriptive information about the cities, counties and other civil, economic and natural regions of Oregon and Washington. The LocalData database lets you retrieve web-based information by topic and
Course Reserves UO Libraries
(3 days ago) Materials that are on Course Reserves are easy for students to access and have shortened loan periods. Course Reserves include library- and instructor-owned books, videos, audio recordings, and other materials that support instruction. Such materials are located at the following locations: Design Library. Knight Library. Law Library. Math Library.
Feminist Voices & Visions: Proclamation of Woman's
(3 days ago) Whereas: The women of Oregon, after long and patient effort, have persuaded the men of the State to place them upon a footing of political equality by granting to them the right of suffrage through an amendment to Section 2 of Article 11 of the Constitution of the State; and, Whereas: Pursuant to the provisions of law, the Secretary of State of
Law Library Offers Free Marijuana … Exhibit UO Libraries
(Just Now) Zig zag on down to the Law Library to see a newly installed exhibit entitled “Reefer Madness: The Legal History of the Loco Weed.” The display will elevate your knowledge of legal efforts to manage the cultivation and use of the substance for the past several hundred years.The first cannabis-related law in America was enacted in 1619 by the Virginia Assembly, requiring all farmers to grow
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) UO Libraries
(1 days ago) Interlibrary Loan (ILL) If you need an item that cannot be supplied by the UO Libraries, you can request it through ILL. We are only able to borrow through ILL for current UO faculty, students, and staff at this time to support remote teaching and learning. Please use ILL judiciously Information for borrowing libraries.