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Materials Requests
Stacks are accessible to browse, or you can request print study aids, books, and videos by signing into and using Library Search. If not found, use the Recommend Item for Purchase Form (Not all fields required; select “Law” and you’ll be notified) or contact lawref@uoregon.edu / 541-346-1654 for help. Make sure to actually log in, to get full delivery options and notifications! For more about borrowing library materials, see our Get Library Materials page. Other questions? Call 541-346-3088.


Course Reserves
We will resume print course reserves in the Law Library. You may submit personal or library-owned material to place on reserve. Please use this form to place your reserve requests: https://library.uoregon.edu/reserves/requestreserves (minimum 48-hour turnaround or longer to process reserves as volume increases). If we do not own it, we will attempt to purchase a copy. Please submit purchase requests early to lawacq@uoregon.edu; standard receipt time for print materials is 4 to 6 weeks.
 

CALI Online Lessons
To access online lessons by CALI – Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction – faculty and students need to create individual accounts:
 
1. Contact lawcirc@uoregon.edu / 6-3088 for the access code
2. Go to http://www.cali.org/register
3. Then login to your new individual account at http://www.cali.org
 

Research Help 
We are not currently assigning liaison librarians to faculty, and are centralizing responses to faculty reference questions through lawref@uoregon.edu; 6-1654. Please give a week’s notice if you need help. Same-day responses are unlikely. For more involved research help, we encourage you to have your RAs contact us.
 

Research Instruction 
Other than for librarian-taught credit courses and LRW, librarians’ ability to commit to single-session instruction will be determined as the semester progresses. To inquire further contact lawref@uoregon.edu 6-1654 at least two weeks in advance of your need.
 

[updated 11 August 2021; anesbit@uoregon.edu]