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​Working to ensure inclusion and fairness in Oregon's justice system

The Oregon Supreme Court Council on Inclusion and Fairness (OSCCIF) works to ensure that all persons have equal access to Oregon state courts for fair and efficient dispute resolution. It also advises the Chief Justice on matters of systemic racial, ethnic, and gender bias in the Oregon Judicial Department.

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Please note that Oregon law prevents the OSCCIF from giving legal advice or help with specific cases. If you need individual legal help, please check the following for helpful links.

  • To understand or protect your legal rights, you should consult your own private lawyer or contact the Oregon State Bar Lawyer Referral Service at 1-800-452-7636 (within Oregon) or 503-684-3763 (Portland area). Our Self-Help and Frequently Asked Questions pages also have some information and resources on Oregon law and how to find legal help.
  • If you have questions about Oregon law, visit the Oregon State Bar website at Click on Legal Links, where you can find a lot of information on various legal matters. You can also find state statutes (ORS), administrative rules (OAR), and the state Blue Book on-line through the state web portal:
  • If you have a complaint about an attorney, see the Oregon State Bar website's "If You Have a Problem with a Lawyer." The same information is accessible by telephone on the Bar's free Tel-law service. Call 1-800-452-4776 (within Oregon) or 503-620-3000 (Portland area).
  • If you have concerns about an Oregon judge, contact the Oregon Commission on Judicial Fitness and Disability.