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This collection covers all aspects of the criminal justice system. So, whether you are studying to become a law enforcement officer, paralegal, forensic scientist or for a career in Homeland Security, this collection is a great place to start your research. It has academic journals, general magazines, reference works and news sources.
Provides access to full-text NOLO legal reference publications written for consumers. Includes adoption, child custody, criminal law, divorce, estate planning, family law, property and real estate, and small claims court. The Guides are very general resources and not specific to Oregon Law. Contact an Oregon law librarian or an Oregon attorney for assistance.
Finding peer-reviewed articles.
Click on the thumbnail or use this link to view a video tutorial showing you how to find full-text peer-reviewed articles for your research assignment.