Here at the Hamilton County Law Library, we are dedicated to increasing access to justice for individuals from all walks of life. Thanks to a generous grant from the Consortium of Ohio County Law Libraries, we are able to reach that goal in a new way: recording and posting legal talks and lectures online for the public!
The equipment has been bought and tested, the software is ready, now all we need are presenters.
Are you an attorney with specialized knowledge in a legal topic that you think could be of use to the general public? Maybe you’ve worked in Domestic Relations for years and have tips and tricks to help navigate it. Maybe your practice has focused on setting up special needs trusts and you have knowledge of that process to share. Maybe you just want to educate the general public on best practices for appearing in court. Even if you’ve already presented the information as part of the HCLL/CBA You and the Legal System program, we’d love to get the information recorded so it can be made available online to a wider audience.
Contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss your possible topic and set up a time to record! If you want to help but aren’t sure what you can talk about, send me an email and we’ll discuss it further. I have lots of ideas!