BarBooks™ is an online library of all of the books published by the Oregon State Bar Legal Publications Department together with other resources. Thanks to the OSB Board of Governors, and the generous and continuing contribution of the Professional Liability Fund, it is a member benefit for all Active and Active Pro Bono members of the Oregon State Bar.
BarBooks™ is also available for a fee for county law libraries, inactive members, nonmembers, and support staff of law firms or lawyers with active bar members. Oregon law school students can access BarBooks™ via their school library.
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|Non-member||$395 (per year)|
|Support staff||$50 (per year)|
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With Oregon Uniform Jury Instructions you will always be prepared for trial with up-to date and customizable jury instructions. Save time by using instructions already drafted by the experts and represent your clients with confidence using the comments to the instructions.
From compensatory damages to punitive damages to nonmonetary remedies, the award of damages is what brings your client to the civil courtroom. Damages is your essential resource to determine the types of damage awards and remedies that may be available to your client.
Now that medical and recreational cannabis are legal in Oregon and Washington, the legislature and agencies in both states have been scrambling to create statutes and rules to address this rapidly evolving area of law. Get the Joint Oregon & Washington Cannabis Codebook and have the statutes and related administrative rules in this growing area of law at your fingertips.
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There have been important changes in administrative law. Do you need help navigating the labyrinth of agencies, rules, and administrative procedures? Buy the 2016 supplement to Oregon Administrative Law for your map to the maze. The supplement thoroughly updates the 2010 text with an explanation of the essential components of Oregon’s Administrative Procedures Act, including its comprehensive definitions, rulemaking procedures, contested case procedures, procedures for judicial review or rules, contested-case orders, declaratory rulings, and much more.
This new offering from the Oregon State Bar Legal Publications Department is a companion to the Oregon Formal Ethics Opinions, and includes:
- Revised comments to all 2005 opinions with updated cross-references to The Ethical Oregon Lawyer, 2015 Revision, and other resources
- New comments to all opinions issued in 2006 and later
- One new opinion issued and twenty-six opinions that were revised by the Legal Ethics Committee in 2015
- Nine opinions that were revised by the LEC in 2016
- Updated tables, revised and updated subject index, and opinions citatory
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Creditors’ Rights and Remedies can help! This book contains the latest developments in debtor-creditor law and a wealth of practice tips to make you an efficient and effective lawyer. The 2016 revision will completely update the prior revision and supplement, and also includes several revised chapters from Foreclosing Security Interests.
E-Books on Amazon
The OSB Legal Publications Department publishes two e-book series available on Amazon.There are eight books in the Family Law series and six books in the Consumer Law series.
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Call for Authors
Interested in being an author on an OSB Legal Publications book? We will soon be planning the next revision or supplement for the following books:
- Arbitration and Mediation
- Oregon Civil Litigation Manual
Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which book you would be interested in writing for and we will share that information with the editorial review board.