The Law Library has many resources to help you navigate the tax season for you and your clients. Reference Librarian Susanna Marlowe will demonstrate print and electronic resources just in time for you to use before the April 15 deadline.
Participants may receive one general CLE credit.
William Sieloff & Stacey Abrams Bandler will discuss the role of the Guardian ad Litem in Juvenile and Domestic Court.
Participants may receive one general CLE credit. Advanced registration is necessary.
We're hiring! The Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation has an immediate opening for a Pro Bono Director.
Author Libby Fischer Hellmann has written 14 novels, including two female-led mystery series, and four stand-alone historical novels. A Bitter Veil (2012) is one of those stand-alones. It tells the story of a young, newly-married American woman who was trapped in Iran during the Iranian Revolution after the overthrow of the Shah.
Ms. Hellmann will join our discussion via Skype. The first 10 people to register will receive a complimentary AUTOGRAPHED copy of A Bitter Veil.
If you are interested in immigration issues, this fast-paced thriller will be right up your alley.
The law library staff will give instructions on making Christmas trees out of magazines and how to fold old books into stars.
Participants will be able to make one craft during the program. All supplies will be provided. Space is limited.
The Franklin County Law Library is celebrating its 130th Anniversary on November, 15, 2017. Pulitzer Prize-Winning author, Edward J. Larson will speak from 1 until 3 on his research on George Washington, Evolution and the Constitution. There will then be a reception in the law library from 4-6 with refreshments. Mr. Larson will sign and sell copies of his books during the reception.
There is no charge for any event, but tickets are required for Mr. Larson's speech. Call the Law Library to reserve your spot.614-525-4971.