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Friday First District Roundup

Each Friday, we highlight decisions of the First District Court of Appeals in the past week. For question about these cases, contact Vanessa Seeger. There were so many cases decided this week that many do not yet have summaries. Follow the […]

100 Facts about the Hamilton County Courthouse

We’re counting down to the Centennial Celebration on October 18 with 100 facts about the Hamilton County Courthouse in 100 days. Each day, we’ll post a new fact on social media and add it to this blog post. 100. Hamilton […]

Countdown to the Centennial Celebration

The dedication of the Hamilton County Courthouse took place on the afternoon of October 18, 1919 to record crowds. Businesses closed early and the mayor declared a half-holiday for the entire city. A grand parade wound through the streets with […]

Friday First District Roundup: Arbitration

Each Friday, we highlight decisions of the First District Court of Appeals in the past week. For question about these cases, contact Vanessa Seeger. There were several cases considered on the accelerated calendar and judgments were entered but no opinions issued. […]

The New Cincinnati City Ordinance on Marijuana

News that Cincinnati had decriminalized marijuana possession under 100 grams (about 3 ounces) spread far and wide yesterday and even made the front page of Reddit. Before everyone gets too excited though, there are a few things to remember. Public […]

Book Review: Accident Prevention Manual Essentials

As a Law Library, most people assume that our books would only be of interest to attorneys and judges and would likely be completely incomprehensible to the average layperson. And while we do have some very dry and intimidating tomes, […]

Research Hack: Using Bloomberg Law for Docket Searches

There’s a lot of debate right now about the cost for searching court dockets through resources like PACER, which can pack a hefty price tag with very little forewarning. Many are advocating for free PACER searching and Rep. Doug Collins […]