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It’s too cold! Read our Ebooks from the warmth of your own office.

It’s too cold! Read our Ebooks from the warmth of your own office.

I don’t think anyone would disagree with this one, it’s cold outside. Unfortunately the busy world of the law keeps on spinning and the legal research must go on no matter what the weather looks like. But there’s good news […]
FinPlan Divorce Planner now available!

FinPlan Divorce Planner now available!

The Law Library now offers the most current version of FinPlan Divorce Planner from Thomson Reuters to our subscribers. This versatile software offers a variety of tools like: alimony and child support calculators to allow you to try out different […]
Holiday Wishes (and Hours)

Holiday Wishes (and Hours)

The Law Library will be closed Monday, December 25th and Monday, January 1st. For your New Year, we here at the Law Library wish you and yours coffee pots that are always fresh, warm and never run dry, clients who […]
Subscriber Renewals Are Here!

Subscriber Renewals Are Here!

It’s that time of year again! Subscriber renewals are underway and the little elves (i.e. me) are hard at work updating information and processing subscriptions. If you’ve already sent in your subscription, congratulations! You’ve unlocked the door to a wealth […]
Friday Bill Roundup: Veterinarians, Visas and More

Friday Bill Roundup: Veterinarians, Visas and More

Each Friday, we highlight some of the bills and resolutions introduced in the Ohio Legislature in the past week. For question about these bills, or to see the full list, contact Laura Dixon-Caldwell. Animals HB 433-Spaying and Neutering Credits House bill […]
Friday Bill Roundup: Rivers, Religion and More

Friday Bill Roundup: Rivers, Religion and More

Each Friday, we highlight some of the bills and resolutions introduced in the Ohio Legislature in the past week. For question about these bills, or to see the full list, contact Laura Dixon-Caldwell. HR 308-2018 Year of the Scenic River  This […]
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Are you a subscriber to the Law Library? Do you want to be notified about the FREE CLEs being offered in the coming months? Want to gain access to substantive bi-weekly emails on topics ranging from criminal law to real […]
Budgeting Tools for Black Friday and Beyond

Budgeting Tools for Black Friday and Beyond

It's that time of year again! Stores have already started bombarding us with ads for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. It's easy to get caught up and end up overspending. Luckily there are a lot of great resources out […]
Working with Non-Gender-Normative Clients and Coworkers: An Interview

Working with Non-Gender-Normative Clients and Coworkers: An Interview

When I was younger, the word “queer” was considered derogatory. It meant weird, strange or different and was flung like hot tar at those who weren’t quite “normal”, to stick, stain and burn for all to see. Now “queer” is […]
Thursday Bill Roundup: Counterfeiting, Veterans’ Courts and More

Thursday Bill Roundup: Counterfeiting, Veterans’ Courts and More

Each week, we highlight some of the bills and resolutions introduced in the Ohio Legislature in the past week. For question about these bills, or to see the full list, contact Laura Dixon-Caldwell. Criminal Law  HB 405-Counterfeiting Law  This bill would create […]