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Page’s Ohio Revised Code Annotated now available on demand for all subscribers

With a little help from our friends at LexisNexis, the Law Library’s ebook collection is significantly expanding. Now all of our subscribers can access a plethora authoritative legal treatises on demand. These ebooks can be viewed either in a web browser or downloaded to an ereader using the overdrive app. Users can make annotations and …

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Introducing our new website!

The Law Library is getting a new website! We’ve streamlined and made it mobile-friendly for faster searching on-the-go! “Oh no!” I hear you crying, “where did everything go?” Never fear, all of the information and resources you’ve come to rely on are still easily accessible. When subscribers log in, you’ll be redirected to our Remote …

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Remote Access to Westlaw Now Available for a Limited Time!

You read that right. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and thanks to the generosity of Thomson Reuters, the Law Library is pleased to announce remote access to Westlaw is available for a limited time to solo and small firm subscribers! There is absolutely no extra cost for this access. Simply sign up with your email …

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New database in Hein: COVID-19 in America: Response, Issues, and Law

A new database has been added to the Law Library’s HeinOnline subscription: COVID-19 in America: Response, Issues, and Law According to Hein, this database will allow users to: Find factual information about how COVID-19 has impacted public health, economics, society, and the world Peruse hundreds of Congressional Research Service (CRS) and Government Accountability Office (GAO) reports,updated regularly …

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A Jury of 12 Men: Jury Duty in the Wake of the 19th Amendment

When the 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18th, 1920, states across the nation found themselves grappling with the implications of this new suffrage. One aspect that was particularly divisive was jury duty. Most states selected their jury pool from those who were eligible to vote, and the question became, “Would women now be counted …

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