Online publication of state statutes is a big deal. According to the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) 2007 publication State-by-State Report on Authentication of Online Legal Resources, ten states, plus the District of Columbia, have declared one or more of their online primary legal resources as the official publication. One of the problems, along with authentication, is the user-unfriendliness of many of these online statutes.
Enter Robb, an enterprising law student at Lewis & Clark Law School, who has done his part to improve the situation, with a new, free website for statutory research in Oregon called OregonLaws.org.
OregonLaws.org has a clean and clear design and a number of neat features, including: indented statutory provisions (yay!); easy browsing between sections; official annotations on the side of relevant statutory language; and source/citation for all provisions.
[Hat tip to Stanford's Legal Research Plus]