*Useful page: How to Find Court Cases (https://ord.uscourts.gov/index.php/community/how-to-find-court-cases) guides the user through electronically accessing the Court’s written opinions of any archived case since 2000.
Part of Lutheran Community Services. "The program provides direct and over the phone support, advocacy, and crisis intervention to all people who are in need after a crime has been committed. Assistance also includes and not limited to, guidance on filling out and filing for crime victim compensation, the ability to attend court proceedings, cultural and legal advocacy, safety planning, community education and support to secondary victims/survivors."
A nonpartisan organization that conducts reviews of proposed ballot legislation, provide legal assistance in cases to establish civil rights precedent, and offer educational outreach. “We advance and defend civil liberties and civil rights through activities that include litigation, education, and lobbying.”
Provides free legal assistance to low-income community members. LASO concentrates its services in legal areas “where representation and advocacy can have the most impact for vulnerable Oregonians.” The organization has eight regional offices, two statewide programs providing services to farmworkers, and one statewide program providing “representation on Native American issues.”
Offers free legal information to low-income Oregonians concerning “critical needs like food, shelter, medical care, income, and physical safety.” OLC has nine locations throughout the state and supports the informational website http://oregonlawhelp.org/.