The Franklin County Law Library is hosting a special Brown Bag Lunch Program entitled Dissecting Making a Murderer on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 12:15 pm in the Law Library.
Join Kelle Andrews, staff attorney to Judge Kim Brown and Christopher Shook, staff attorney to Judge Chris Brown to discuss Netflix's breakout series Making a Murderer.
Are Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey guilty of murdering Theresa Halbach? Were the Manitowoc County Prosecutor and Sheriff's Office corrupt? What additional evidence was missing from the documentary? What is reasonable doubt? What is the presumption of innocence? How reliable is scientific evidence?
Binge-watch the ten episode series this weekend and then bring your brown bag lunch and spend an hour debating the merits of the documentary with your colleagues.
Reservations are required. Call the Law Library to reserve your spot. 614-525-4971
The Franklin County Law Library is hosting a special Brown Bag Lunch Program on the 10th District Court of Appeals on Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 12:15 pm in the Law Library.
Presiding Judge Julia Dorrian will discuss the many changes that have occurred in recent years with judges and administration, how panels and authors are selected, and offer advice on brief writing and oral arguments. Participants may receive one general CLE credit.
Reservations are required. Call the Law Library to reserve your spot. 614-525-4971.
THIS PROGRAM WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE AUDITORIUM ON THE 1ST FLOOR OF 373 S. HIGH STREET.
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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.
The Franklin County Law Library is now using a program called LibGuides to create online legal research guides. Currently there are twenty-two guides, including a new one called Compiling 50-State Surveys of Laws & Regulations. This guide includes links to free versions of all 50 states and the District of Columbia's statutes and administrative codes.
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.
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