Lauren Morrison

Get Your Passport to the LexisNexis Digital Library for on-the-go Research!

Interested in learning more about the off-site access to Lexis treatises available with your subscription to the Hamilton County Law Library? Attend a free webinar offered by Lexis on June 17th, 2019 at 12:30pm, conveniently accessible from your home or office. Law Library subscribers, only. See details, below: The Hamilton County Law Library has provided …

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Donated Historical Law Books

The Hamilton County Law Library recently received a donation of historical Ohio law books, including several volumes of the Ohio Weekly Bulletin, Ohio Nisi Prius Reports and records from the Cincinnati Superior Court, supplementing our collection with materials contemporaneous to the Courthouse riots and fire of 1884.  All books were thoughtfully donated by Lewis G. …

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Change in Library Hours

Beginning July 24, 2017 and continuing for several months, the Law Library will be closing to both the public and subscribers at 4pm, due to staffing shortages. Any patrons in the library will need to finish their work before that time. Any reference requests by subscribers off-site should be submitted by 3:30pm for consideration the …

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National Library Week – featuring Lauren Morrison

This week is National Library Week, a time where we celebrate libraries and all that they contribute to our communities. This year’s theme is “Libraries Transform.” We at the Hamilton County Law Library hope the services we offer serve this purpose for you. Whether through access to resources and technology, expert research assistance, or facilities …

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National Library Week – featuring Melissa Barney!

This week is National Library Week, a time where we celebrate libraries and all that they contribute to our communities. This year’s theme is “Libraries Transform.” We at the Hamilton County Law Library hope the services we offer serve this purpose for you. Whether through access to resources and technology, expert research assistance, or facilities …

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National Library Week – featuring Laura Dixon-Caldwell

This week is National Library Week, a time where we celebrate libraries and all that they contribute to our communities. This year’s theme is “Libraries Transform.” We at the Hamilton County Law Library hope the services we offer serve this purpose for you. Whether through access to resources and technology, expert research assistance, or facilities …

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National Library Week – featuring Julie Koehne

This week is National Library Week, a time where we celebrate libraries and all that they contribute to our communities. This year’s theme is “Libraries Transform.” We at the Hamilton County Law Library hope the services we offer serve this purpose for you. Whether through access to resources and technology, expert research assistance, or facilities …

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National Library Week – featuring Vanessa Seeger!

This week is National Library Week, a time where we celebrate libraries and all that they contribute to our communities. This year’s theme is “Libraries Transform.” We at the Hamilton County Law Library hope the services we offer serve this purpose for you. Whether through access to resources and technology, expert research assistance, or facilities …

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Ohio Supreme Court reverses course on cocaine offenses

In a notable decision yesterday, the Ohio Supreme Court reversed its own December 2016 decision about penalties for drug offenses involving cocaine. The Court found that the “offense level for cocaine possession… is determined by the total weight of the drug involved, including any fillers that are part of the usable drug.” The Court had …

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