Law Library Journal
Law libraries -- Oregon -- Multnomah County -- Management, Legal research -- Oregon, Law libraries -- Oregon -- Multnomah County -- Administration
This article reviews the current operations of Multnomah County, Oregon’s public law library and assesses the feasibility of creating a legal resource and self-help center within the library. The article reviews common governance models of law libraries and common self-help models, supplemented by interviews with key stakeholders. We conclude that the county could greatly benefit from a self-help center and make recommendations of best practices.
Harmon, M. G., Grzybowski, S., Thompson, B., & Cross, S. (2018). Remaking the Public Law Library into a Twenty-First Century Legal Resource Center. Law Library Journal, 110(1), 5.