Apply Give Visit Find RSS feed Find us on Facebook LinkedIn Videos on Youtube Videos on iTunes Follow us on Twitter

Possible Shortage Looming in the Law Library

Staff has never seen it happen so quickly. “It’s amazing, and surprising, to see them come together this early into finals,” one library staff member acknowledged. “I’m surprised to see this so soon — we usually don’t see something like this until the end of finals,” another stunned library staffer added. “We might see them …Read the Rest

Speakers for Program, “Crusader for the 18th Amendment”

Please plan to attend the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library program, Crusader for the 18th Amendment: Wayne B. Wheeler, Temperance and the Volstead Act, on Wednesday, April 3rd from 4pm–5:30pm in the Moot Court Room (A59). Our speakers will discuss the Temperance movement and its transition in Ohio from a female-led effort for moral …Read the Rest

Wayne Wheeler, “Dry Boss,” and Prohibition Power Politics

This post relates to the CLE-eligible program, Wayne Wheeler and the Volstead Act, in Room A59 from 4:00 to 5:30 on April 3rd. Information and an RSVP form are linked here. Wayne Bidwell Wheeler, the subject of the library’s April 3 lecture program, just may be our must famous alumnus that you never heard of. …Read the Rest


Student Response System, (SRS), or “classroom clicker” use is increasing here at the law school. Case Law professors have been using the TurningPoint clicker system since 2007. Currently seven professors are using TurningPoint clickers in their classes to anonymously poll students or track their response accuracy. The law school has invested in over 300 clickers …Read the Rest