LawStack's one stop Oregon Law resource in your pocket. Leave the heavy book at home. Try it for free for a week and extend your subscription thereafter.

• Free Trial! Available thereafter through in-app purchase.
• Complete offline access.
• Optimized for speed. fast browsing.
• Advanced search options.
• Email sections to friends.
• Bookmark, highlight, and add notes.
• Saves location on application quit.


• Title 1 - Courts of Record; Court Officers; Juries
• Title 2 - Procedure in Civil Proceedings
• Title 3 - Remedies and Special Actions and Proceedings
• Title 4 - Evidence and Witnesses
• Title 5 - Small Claims Department of Circuit Court
• Title 6 - Justice Courts
• Title 7 - Corporations and Partnerships
• Title 8 - Commercial Transactions
• Title 9 - Mortgages and Liens
• Title 10 - Property Rights and Transactions
• Title 11 - Domestic Relations
• Title 12 - Probate Law
• Title 13 - Protective Proceedings; Powers of Attorney; Trusts
• Title 14 - Procedure in Criminal Matters Generally
• Title 15 - Procedure in Criminal Actions in Justice Courts
• Title 16 - Crimes and Punishments
• Title 17 - State Legislative Department and Laws
• Title 18 - Executive Branch; Organization
• Title 19 - Government and Public Affairs
• Title 20 - Counties and County Officers
• Title 21 - Cities
• Title 22 - Public Officers and Employees
• Title 23 - Elections
• Title 24 - Public Organizations for Community Service
• Title 25 - Public Lands
• Title 26 - Public Facilities, Contracting & Insurance
• Title 26A - Economic Development
• Title 27 - Public Borrowing
• Title 28 - Public Financial 8 Title 29 - Revenue and Taxation
• Title 30 - Education and Culture
• Title 31 - Highways, Roads, Bridges and Ferries
• Title 32 - Military Affairs; Emergency Services
• Title 33 - Privileges and Benefits of Veterans and Service Personnel
• Title 34 - Human Services; Juvenile Code; Corrections
• Title 35 - Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
• Title 36 - Public Health and Safety
• Title 37 - Alcoholic Liquors; Controlled Substances; Drugs
• Title 38 - Protection From Fire
• Title 41 - Wildlife
• Title 42 - Commercial Fishing and Fisheries
• Title 43 - Mineral Resources
• Title 44 - Forestry and Forest Products
• Title 45 - Water Resources
• Title 46 - Agriculture
• Title 47 - Agricultural Marketing and Warehousing
• Title 48 - Animals
• Title 49 - Food and Other Commodities
• Title 50 - Trade Regulations and Practices
• Title 51 - Labor and Employment; Unlawful Discrimination
• Title 52 - Occupations and Professions
• Title 52A - Insurance and Finance Administration
• Title 53 - Financial Institutions
• Title 54 - Credit Unions, Lending Institutions and Pawnbrokers
• Title 56 - Insurance
• Title 57 - Utility Regulation
• Title 58 - Shipping and Navigation
• Title 59 - Oregon Vehicle Code
• Title 61 - Small Watercraft
• Title 62 - Aviation

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Disclaimer: The information in this app is not intended to replace official versions, is subject to revision, and should not be considered legal advice. Tekk Innovations LLC presents this information without warranties, express or implied, regarding accuracy, timeliness, or completeness. In addition, this disclaimer may change at anytime. When necessary, consult primary source material.

What's New

Version 8.517.20170219

Thank you for support the LawStack series. This update includes some user interface improvements.

Customer Reviews

Good value, not perfect


There is much good to be said about acquiring offline access to the ORS, including the fact that it's searchable and you can bookmark the parts you use most often. I will never again need to spend the ungodly sums to buy the print version.

That said, this app comes up short in two specifics. First, it doesn't hyperlink statutes. There is another, cheaper, app that does. That's a big problem because of problem number two.

Problem number two is that the statutes are sorted exclusively by name of title. This can be a hassle, especially when dealing with statutes I'm new to (which are likely ones I'm encountering as a result of a non-hyperlinked citation in another statute). This means I can't browse by statute number. The printed volumes include, on the cover and spine, the range of chapters within each title. So, if I know I need something in chapter 160, I don't want to open and close various titles until I figure out where it is. Tell me. Label the titles with the name, followed by the range of chapters.

Fix these two things, (the latter certainly an easier fix than the former), and you get five stars.

For bonus points, I'd like to see the ability to open a statute in something like QuickOffice or GoodReader so I can mark it up and save it to a client folder.

Needs to be user-friendly


Here are eight dead simple tweaks Tekk Innovations can make to their LawStack apps to bring about major improvements in user-friendliness:

1. Use iCloud to back up bookmarks not just as app data in our backups.

2. Fix the numerous broken links all over sections referencing different sections, and clean up formatting.

3. Allow us to write our own notes in each section, title, chapter, etc. and sync that with iCloud so we do not lose them when switching devices.

4. Add relevant pictures beside the titles so we don't have to go up and down scrolling to find which part of our state's laws we often reference. They have handcuffs for the Penal Code and a car for the Vehicle Code on those smaller apps; why not as a handy guide in the $29.99/yr apps?

5. Start including tracking, or case, numbers, when contacting support so as to make it easier to maintain contact about the issue, especially if it's a content error or an annoying bug in the app which diminishes its quality and worthiness of paying as much as $29.99 plus tax year after year to keep everything up to date!

6. Add a PDF and a DOCX exporting feature so the app would be useful beyond our iOS/Android devices. I have been asking for this since I've paid over $300 for twelve state law apps in July of 2016, which I'll have to pay again this July to keep all the laws current! I don't want to copy and paste everything one section after one section after one section!

7. Let us view one title all at once! This one's REALLY dead simple! I'm getting tired of having to back out of every section to look at another one, like robbery in the first degree after I look at robbery in the second or third degree! Also, let us view an entire chapter on the same screen!

8. Integrate the app with Windows and macOS web browsers such as Edge, Google Chrome and Safari. We can manage our subscriptions on our desktops once we sign in, why not be able to log in and use our iOS/Android apps on Windows or macOS, or Chrome OS, or Linux?

I'll check back on December 31 next year and see how far LawStack has come with innovating their state law apps before I consider paying over $300 to renew my subscriptions on my twelve state law apps each year. That's a lot of money, especially by iOS/Android app standards, even if the $29.99 included data updates and free customer support for life!


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