See how the library can meet your needs from conference rooms to videoconferencing services, from Lexis for solo attorneys to document delivery. We offer our subscribers on-site amenities and off-site access to information.
Let us help you with time-consuming legal information retrieval and research questions. Subscribers and county officials may ask questions or request services online.
Our welcome guide provides an introduction to law library information, services, and education. Find out more about use of the Law Library and our services.
We deliver documents via email to county officials and to our subscribers. If we can save it electronically or scan it, we can send it to you.
Conference rooms are available by reservation by county officials and library subscribers. Complete the reservation form here.
The Law Library's videoconferencing service allows multiple sites to connect simultaneously. It is used for court proceedings, conferences, continuing education, and client meetings.
The Law Library offers offsite 24/7 Lexis access for our solo attorney subscribers for Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana case law, as well as the federal courts in those states.
The Law Library publishes a monthly newsletter for its subscribers, as well as biweekly news updates on a number of practice areas.
We can't recommend an attorney, but we offer links to multiple find a lawyer sites.
The Law Library provides educational opportunities for its subscribers, county officials, and others in the legal profession in Hamilton County. We also offer a speaker series for the public. Register for our upcoming programs.
The Law Library has created video tutorials describing some of our processes and resources. Visit this page to get step-by-step instructions to access various library services.