Archive for 2018

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Ebook of the week: Mauet’s Trial Series

Perhaps one of the most foundational books of modern trial practice is Mauet’s Trial Techniques. This essential work covers the entire trial process from theories of persuasion to selecting juries to closing arguments. A favorite with trial attorneys everywhere, Mauet’s […]

Law Library community comes together for teens in need

Subscribers to the Law Library and Hamilton County employees donated 5 overflowing boxes- over 240 individual items! –  to teens in Hamilton County in or entering foster care. The Holiday Teen Hygiene Drive was a rousing success and we could […]

Holiday Wishes (and hours) for 2018

The Law Library will be closed on December 24th and 25th and January 1st. Our warmest wishes for you this holiday season include, but are not limited to: favorable weather on days when you need to be somewhere important, traffic […]

Help us stop waste!

The Law Library is proud to partner with the Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District to offer expanded recycle options in our facility. The materials accepted for recycling have expanded from paper-only to include most recyclable items like: cardboard, […]

CCH Intelliconect is now Cheetah

The Law Library is excited to announce that our entire collection of tax and litigation materials currently found in CCH Intelliconnect is being updated to the new Cheetah platform! What is Cheetah? It’s the same great information you’ve always loved […]

Subscriber Renewals: What the Law Library can do for you

Subscriber renewals are here again! We LOVE our subscribers but we also understand that financial decisions have to be made in the best interest of each person, so I’d like to take this opportunity to innumerate the many ways the […]

Ebook of the week: LexisNexis Ohio Rules of Court Annotated

Have you ever found yourself needing to quickly check the Rules of Procedure for Greene County’s Domestic Division? Needing a sample Affidavit for Allen County at 2 am? Want to read through the Rules of Procedure for Appellate Court while […]

Ebook of the Week: Weissenberger’s

Check back each week as we highlight a different ebook available for check-out by all Hamilton County Law Library subscribers and county employees. Technically this is a series of ebooks, but the Weissenberger books are so seminal that it makes […]

New Database on Slavery in HeinOnline

HeinOnline has added a new database and Law Library subscribers can access it for free – many from off-site! Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law is a large, comprehensive collection of legal material on slavery from […]

New Resource from Bloomberg BNA

The Law Library is pleased to offer an exciting resource to our subscribers on site, a Bloomberg Law® terminal! This new resource provides access to the substantial library of legal content available from Bloomberg BNA. This includes news, analysis, practice […]