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xxii, 186 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
ix, 510 pages ; 26 cm
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxii, 218 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • The research process and legal analysis
  • The constitution
  • Judicial opinions
  • Researching judicial opinions
  • Statutes
  • Legislative history
  • Administrative law
  • Citators
  • Secondary sources and practice aides
  • Research process examples.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xvi, 224 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • First slaves
  • The good life in Missouri
  • Lure of Oregon
  • On the trail
  • Freedom delayed
  • Oregon's Dixie
  • Land and more land
  • The Applegate trail
  • Oregon's "lash law?"
  • The Cockstock affair
  • Gold miners and slaves
  • "My children held as slaves?"
  • Holmes vs Ford, day-by-day
  • Ford's secret strategy
  • Enter Judge Williams
  • Reuben Shipley
  • They weren't alone
  • An army slave
  • The free state letter
  • Let voters decide
  • The great slavery non-debate
  • Consecrate!!!--Oregon for whites
  • Voters do decide
  • A voice for equality
  • Reuben and Mary Jane
  • Who was Reuben Ficklin
  • Mary Jane's final trial
  • Slaveholders' last stand
  • Moving on.
Green Library
Book
xvi, 224 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • First slaves
  • The good life in Missouri
  • Lure of Oregon
  • On the trail
  • Freedom delayed
  • Oregon's Dixie
  • Land and more land
  • The Applegate trail
  • Oregon's "lash law"
  • The Cockstock affair
  • Gold miners and slaves
  • "My children held as slaves"
  • Holmes vs Ford, day-by-day
  • Ford's secret strategy
  • Enter Judge Williams
  • Reuben Shipley
  • They weren't alone
  • An army slave
  • The free state letter
  • Let voters decide
  • The great slavery non-debate
  • Consecrate!!! : Oregon for whites
  • Voters do decide
  • A voice for equality
  • Reuben and Mary Jane
  • Who was Reuben Ficklin?
  • Mary Jane's final trial
  • Slaveholders' last stand
  • Moving on.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxviii, 291 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • The research process and legal analysis
  • Online legal research
  • Secondary sources
  • The Constitution
  • Judicial opinions
  • Researching judicial opinions
  • Statutory research
  • Legislative process and legislative history research
  • Oklahoma administrative law
  • Researching tribal law
  • Updating legal authority with citators
  • Research strategies and organization.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
256 pages : maps, illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • The laws, 1961-1969 : the path to farmland preservation
  • The laws : the path from SB 10
  • SB 100 in the 1973 legislative session
  • The agency : starting up LCDC and DLCD
  • Adopting statewide planning goals : the grassroots phase and a new approach
  • Adopting statewide planning goals : LCDC, stakeholders, and the politics of conflict resolution
  • Watchdog emerging : 1000 friends of Oregon
  • Governor Straub, the 1975 legislature, and LCDC
  • The agency, the watchdog, and the dynamics of local planning
  • The coastal goals.
"Oregon Plans" provides a rich, detailed, and nuanced analysis of the origins and early evolution of Oregon s nationally renowned land use planning program.Drawing primarily on archival sources, Sy Adler describes the passage of key state laws that set the program into motion by establishing the agency charged with implementing those laws, adopting the land-use planning goals that are the heart of the Oregon system, and monitoring and enforcing the implementation of those goals through a unique citizen organization."Oregon Plans" documents the consequential choices and compromises that were made in the 1970s to control growth and preserve Oregon's quality of life. Environmental activists, farmers, industry groups, local governments, and state officials all played significant roles. Adler brings these actors among them governors Tom McCall and Robert Straub, business leaders John Gray and Glenn Jackson, 1000 Friends of Oregon, and the Oregon Home Builders Association to life. "Adler's story is about unusual conditions, purposeful action, dynamic personalities, and the messiness of democratic and bureaucratic processes. His conclusions reveal much about how Oregonians defined liveability in the late twentieth century." William L. Lang, from the Preface"A volume in the Culture and Environment in the West series. Series editor: William L. Lang"".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780870716515 20160906
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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pages 469-861 : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Oklahoma water rights : what good are they? / Gary D. Allison
  • Interstate compacts establishing state entitlements to water : an essential part of the water planning process / Charles T. DuMars & Stephen Curtice
  • Groundwater : a comparative analysis of the regulation of groundwater encountered in surface mining / Jason B. Aamodt, Krystina Phillips & Rene Annesley
  • Domestic well exemption in Oklahoma groundwater law : impact and implications / Drew L. Kershen
  • Water planning : an opportunity for managing uncertainties at the tribal-state interface? / Stephen H. Greetham
  • Beneficial use in Oklahoma water law : opportunity for better management or more mischief? / Dean A. Couch & C. Lou Klaver
  • When does restitution become retribution? / Melanie Reid & Curtis L. Collier
  • Revitalizing informed consent and protecting patient autonomy : an appeal to abandon objective causation / Evelyn M. Tenenbaum.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xix, 342 p. : forms ; 22 cm.
  • Unlawful obstacles : conditions that officials can't impose
  • Fees and other conditions that officials can impose
  • Strategies for requesting public records
  • Electronic public records
  • How to fight delay and denial without suing
  • Law enforcement investigatory records : know the limits of the barrier that people encounter most
  • The stealth exemption
  • Privacy
  • Court records
  • Privatizing government
  • Records retention : limits on administrators' discretion to destroy records
  • Suing for access to public records and winning.
"During my eight years as editor of Cleveland's Plain Dealer, I speed-dialed Marburger's phone number whenever an access problem loomed. Access with Attitude isn't quite that, but it's the next best thing. It belongs on every bookshelf in Ohio.".Doug Clifton -- former editor, Plain Dealer.For those who find themselves in a battle for public records, Access with Attitude: An Advocate's Guide to Freedom of Information in Ohio is an indispensable weapon. First Amendment lawyer David Marburger and investigative journalist Karl Idsvoog have written a simply worded, practical guide on how to take full advantage of Ohio's so-called Sunshine Laws. .Journalists, law firms, labor unions, private investigators, genealogists, realty companies, banks, insurers--anyone who regularly needs access to publicly held information--will find this comprehensive and contentious guide to be invaluable. Marburger, who drafted many of the provisions that Ohio adopted in its open records law, and coauthor Idsvoog have been fighting for broader access to public records their entire careers. They offer field-tested tips on how to avoid "no, " and advise readers on legal strategies if their requests for information go unmet. Step by step, they show how to avoid delays and make the law work. .Whether you're a citizen, a nonprofit organization, a journalist, or an attorney going after public records, Access with Attitude is an essential resource.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780821419397 20160603
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xix, 342 p. : ill.
  • Unlawful obstacles : conditions that officials can't impose
  • Fees and other conditions that officials can impose
  • Strategies for requesting public records
  • Electronic public records
  • How to fight delay and denial without suing
  • Law enforcement investigatory records : know the limits of the barrier that people encounter most
  • The stealth exemption
  • Privacy
  • Court records
  • Privatizing government
  • Records retention : limits on administrators' discretion to destroy records
  • Suing for access to public records and winning.
"During my eight years as editor of Cleveland's Plain Dealer, I speed-dialed Marburger's phone number whenever an access problem loomed. Access with Attitude isn't quite that, but it's the next best thing. It belongs on every bookshelf in Ohio.".Doug Clifton -- former editor, Plain Dealer.For those who find themselves in a battle for public records, Access with Attitude: An Advocate's Guide to Freedom of Information in Ohio is an indispensable weapon. First Amendment lawyer David Marburger and investigative journalist Karl Idsvoog have written a simply worded, practical guide on how to take full advantage of Ohio's so-called Sunshine Laws. .Journalists, law firms, labor unions, private investigators, genealogists, realty companies, banks, insurers--anyone who regularly needs access to publicly held information--will find this comprehensive and contentious guide to be invaluable. Marburger, who drafted many of the provisions that Ohio adopted in its open records law, and coauthor Idsvoog have been fighting for broader access to public records their entire careers. They offer field-tested tips on how to avoid "no, " and advise readers on legal strategies if their requests for information go unmet. Step by step, they show how to avoid delays and make the law work. .Whether you're a citizen, a nonprofit organization, a journalist, or an attorney going after public records, Access with Attitude is an essential resource.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780821419397 20160603
Book
v. (loose-leaf) : forms ; 23 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
vii, 309 pages ; 25 cm
  • Water resources and water law
  • Water institutions, policy, and planning
  • Water rights acquisition and use
  • Federal reserved water rights
  • Adjudicating water rights
  • Regulation and enforcement
  • Reallocation of water and water rights
  • Public rights in water
  • Water quality and other environmental considerations
  • Emerging issues.
Law Library (Crown)

13. Ohio legal research [2009]

Book
xxi, 177 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • The research process and legal analysis
  • Researching constitutions
  • Researching statutes
  • Understanding cases
  • Finding and updating cases
  • Researching court rules and documents
  • Researching administrative law
  • Researching local law
  • Researching secondary sources
  • Researching legislative history
  • Research strategies
  • Legal citation.
Law Library (Crown)

14. Ballot measure 9 [1995]

Video
1 videodisc (72 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; all regions.
  • Special feature: 9 remeasured: update documentary
  • Bonus scenes
  • Trailer
  • More about Measure 9
  • More about the people
  • Commentary with director Heather Lyn MacDonald, Donna Red Wing and Kathleen Saadat.
Examines anti-homosexual activism in Oregon, centered around the 1992 election, which saw the passage of a measure limiting the civil rights of gay citizens.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
ii, p. 715-1100 : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • What is a constitution, what is not, and why does it matter? / Hans A. Linde
  • Remembering 1857 / Ralph James Mooney
  • Some thoughts on proportionality / Thomas A. Balmer
  • The search for the meaning of Oregon's search and seizure clause / Jack L. Landau
  • Should the Oregon constitution be revised, and if so, how should it be accomplished? / Robert F. Williams
  • One hundred fifty years of electing judges in Oregon : will there be fifty more? / Pete Shepherd
  • The partly fulfilled promise of home rule in Oregon / Paul A. Diller
  • Direct democracy, the guaranty clause, and the politics of the "political question" doctrine : revisiting Pacific Telephone / Norman R. Williams
  • The majority will : a case study of misinformation, manipulation, and the Oregon initiative process / Paula Abrams
  • The Oregon constitution and the quest for party reform / Richard A. Clucas.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
vi, 228 p. ; 26 cm.
  • Symposium foreword / Judith V. Royster
  • Defeat or mixed blessing? Tribal sovereignty and the State of Sequoyah / Stacy L. Leeds
  • Alaska native rights, statehood, and unfinished business / Robert T. Anderson
  • The philosophy of colonization underlying taxation imposed upon tribal nations within the United States / Angelique A. EagleWoman
  • Retiring the "deadliest enemies" model of tribal-state relations / Matthew L.M. Fletcher.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxvi, 238 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • The research process and legal analysis
  • The Constitution
  • Judicial opinions
  • Researching judicial opinions
  • Statutes
  • Legislative history
  • Administrative law
  • Updating with citators
  • Secondary sources and practice aids
  • Online legal research
  • Research strategies and organization.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
v, 40 p. ; 24 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xi, 363 p.
  • Ambiguous beginnings, 1787-1801
  • The many meanings of freedom, 1800-1803
  • "A state for white men, " 1803-1830
  • The battle over the color line, 1830-1839
  • The struggle to abolish the color line, 1840-1849
  • Enforcing the Fugitive Slave Act, 1803-1850
  • The fugitive slave crisis in the 1850s
  • The limits of freedom.
Stephen Middleton tells the story of racial oppression in Ohio and provides chilling episodes of how blacks asserted their freedom from the enactment of the Black Laws until the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment. This study will be required reading for a broad audience of historians, legal scholars, students, and those interested in the struggle for civil rights in America.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780821416235 20160528
Book
xii, 946 p.
  • The institutions of Ohio law
  • Ohio and American law
  • Litigation and procedure in the Ohio courts
  • The growth of Ohio law
  • Law and society in Ohio.
In The Two-Volume The History of Ohio Law, distinguished legal historians, practicing Ohio attorneys, and judges present the history of Ohio law and the interaction between law and society in the state. The first history of Ohio law in nearly seventy years - and the most comprehensive compilation of essays on any state's law - its twenty-two topics range from the history of Ohio's constitutional conventions and legal institutions to the history of civil procedure, evidence, land use, civil liberties, and utility regulation. The essays describe Ohio's legal institutions, legal procedures, and the substance of Ohio law as it has changed over time. Other essays describe how social, cultural, political, and economic institutions have affected Ohio law and how the law has affected them. The essays provide important information to practitioners and offer attorneys, legal scholars, historians, and the public a broad understanding of the relationship between law and society in Ohio. Going beyond the technical law, The History of Ohio Law deals with the intersections between law and race, gender, and labor.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780821415467 20160605