Law Library

The Lane County Law Library will not be staffed on the following dates:
Friday April 12th 12-5
Friday April 19th 8-5
Friday April 26th 8-5.The Law Library will remain open during regular hours (M-F, 8am to 5pm).

If you have visited when staff are unavailable, please feel free to
leave us a note, email us or leave a voice mail. We will follow up at our
earliest opportunity.


Lane County Law Library
125 East 8th Avenue
Eugene, OR 97401
(located in the basement of the Lane County Public Service Building, across the hall from Jury Assembly)

p: 541-682-4337
c: 458-234-3423


[email protected]

8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday

Law Library staff are generally available during all open hours, except from 12:00-1:00pm.

However, the Library may be unstaffed for appointments, meetings, and time off. Advance notice will be posted whenever possible, but patrons are encouraged to call in advance of their visit to confirm staff availability.

Typical library services include:

Legal reference and research assistance
Local referrals and resources
Circulation of materials to attorneys
Comprehensive print collection with particular emphasis on Oregon law, and specialized legal databases

To learn more or ask a reference question, contact library staff by phone (call/text) or email. Don't forget to leave a voice message if no one is able to immediately answer your call!
The Law Library circulates Continuing Legal Education (CLE) materials and other printed matter to Oregon State Bar-licensed attorneys and Oregon-licensed private investigators. Contact library staff to request titles and arrange for pickup.

Up to two CLE course books + audio CD sets may be checked out at a time for a period of two weeks.

Current CLEs available at the Law Library:
List of CLEs for Credit

All CLEs currently available for credit can also be found in the Law Library's online catalog by choosing "Location" from the drop-down menu and entering "CLE" in the search box.

See Databases A-Z for information about legal databases, remote access, and free trials. (coming soon!)

Our most popular databases include:
- Westlaw
- Lexis Advance
- Heinonline
- National Consumer Law Center
- Nolo Legal Self-Help Books & Resources
- BarBooks (from the Oregon State