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Catch up on the latest news about the library and in various practice areas.   Read our newsletter, select what categories of topical updates to subscribe to, and stay informed with our blog posts below. You can subscribe to our blog's RSS feed to get updates. To view pre-2013 posts, please visit our Blogger.

Ebook of the week: LexisNexis Ohio Rules of Court Annotated

Ebook of the week: LexisNexis Ohio Rules of Court Annotated

Have you ever found yourself needing to quickly check the Rules of Procedure for Greene County’s Domestic Division? Needing a sample Affidavit for Allen County at 2 am? Want to read through the Rules of Procedure for Appellate Court while […]
Ebook of the Week: Weissenberger’s

Ebook of the Week: Weissenberger’s

Check back each week as we highlight a different ebook available for check-out by all Hamilton County Law Library subscribers and county employees. Technically this is a series of ebooks, but the Weissenberger books are so seminal that it makes […]
New Database on Slavery in HeinOnline

New Database on Slavery in HeinOnline

HeinOnline has added a new database and Law Library subscribers can access it for free – many from off-site! Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law is a large, comprehensive collection of legal material on slavery from […]
New Resource from Bloomberg BNA

New Resource from Bloomberg BNA

The Law Library is pleased to offer an exciting resource to our subscribers on site, a Bloomberg Law® terminal! This new resource provides access to the substantial library of legal content available from Bloomberg BNA. This includes news, analysis, practice […]
Ohio Expungement Law: What’s changing and what’s staying the same

Ohio Expungement Law: What’s changing and what’s staying the same

Ohio’s new Felony expungement rules go into effect on October 29th of this year. Here’s a look at what’s changing.   Eligibility: Before October 29: Eligible offenders are those who have been convicted of an offense in the state and […]
Ensuring Your Will is Valid

Ensuring Your Will is Valid

Question # 1: Do I need a Will? Answer: If you would like to ensure your estate (all money and property in your possession) will be distributed to certain people in a certain way, then yes, you need a Will. […]
Turn Signals: They’re not just a good idea, they’re the law.

Turn Signals: They’re not just a good idea, they’re the law.

Recently, as I perused Twitter, I saw a list of tips for safe driving in foggy weather. The list included things like “use your low beams, not high beams”, “be on the look-out for pedestrians or bicycles”, “drive slower than […]
Just Added: The New York Times!

Just Added: The New York Times!

You asked and we listened. By popular demand, the Law Library has added a subscription to The New York Times to our daily newspapers! Subscribers can now enjoy copies of The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Cincinnati Enquirer and […]
NuWav: Legal Forms Made Easy

NuWav: Legal Forms Made Easy

The Clermont County Public Library has added a new resource for legal forms and it is fantastic! For over a year now, CCPL has been the only free source for Gale Legal Forms in the Southwestern Ohio Region (it is […]

Breastfeeding in Public – An Ohio-Kentucky Perspective

In May of this year I welcomed my first child into this world. It was beautiful and glorious and the most amazing moment of my life. Being a new mom is full of firsts: the first time they smile, the […]