Law Library expands ebook access

The Law Library is very pleased to announce that limited access to our ebook collection is now available to everyone, including the general public, completely free of charge.

What is it: Our ebook collection, which includes state and federal law with titles like Page's Ohio Revised Code Annotated, KY and IN Jury Instructions, Couse's Ohio Form Book, Ohio Transaction Guide, Corbin on Contracts, the United State Code Service and so much more.

How do I get it? Anyone can sign up for free, time-limited access here. Law Library subscribers receive unlimited access with their subscription and do not need to sign up. For information about subscribing to the Law Library, please click here.

How long will my account stay active? 2 weeks. At the end of that time, you can apply for access again through the link above.

Does this cost money? No. At no time will you be charged to access these ebooks. There are no late fees, no catches, no gimmicks. Just access to information.

How can I get the most out of this resource? The best way to use this resource is like a searchable database. While you are able to download these books just like a regular ebook (you can also access them through the Overdrive app, just like the public library), if you navigate to a book of your choosing and then search within it for the information you need, you are able to print or save the relevant information without having to dig through the entire book.