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Brown Bag Lunch Series - WestlawNext Advance Training

The Franklin County Law Library is hosting three WestlawNext Advance Training Sessions on Wednesday, August 3, 2016 at 11:30, 1:00, and 2:30 in the Law Library.

Westlaw has been a staple in the legal research arena for years.  Their latest incarnation is WestlawNext.  A new intuitive interface makes researching even easier than before. This class will build on the beginner class offered in February.

Participants may received one general CLE credit. Reservations are required. Class size is limited. Call the Law Library to reserve your spot. 614-525-4971.

 

Law Library Newsletter

The latest edition of the Franklin County Law Library Newsletter is now available.

Check back each month for a new edition. 

Brown Bag Lunch Program - The Nightingale Book Discussion

The Franklin County Law Library is hosting a Brown Bag Lunch Program on Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 12:15 in the Law Library.  Judge Schneider will lead a book discussion of Kristen Hannah's book The Nightingale.

The first 10 people to register will be given a complimentary copy of the book.  The books are in the law library now, so register early to claim your book.

Reservations are required. Participants should bring their own brown bag lunch. Call the Law Library to reserve your spot. 614-525-4971.

Franklin County Law Library 2016 Brown Bag Lunch Series

The Franklin County is continuing its Brown Bag Lunch Program Series in 2016.  Programs are held during the lunch hour and participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch.  Reservations are required for all programs. Call the law library at 614-525-4971 or stop by the circulation desk to sign up. 

Click on the attached Brown Bag Lunch Flyer for program information.

LibGuides Legal Research Guides

The Franklin County Law Library is now using a program called LibGuides to create online legal research guides.  Currently there are twenty-six guides, including a new one called Immigration Law. This guide presents laws, green card basics, finding immigration legal advice and citizenship test study resources.

These comprehensive guides include links to forms, statutes and regulations, books in the library collection, and related state and local agencies. If there is a guide you would like to see us create, just let us know.

Click here to access all guides.

 

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