About the Library

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The C|M|LAW Library's superior research facility offers students access to electronic research services, a 50-seat computer lab, group study rooms, a research instruction room and a study center dedicated to Ohio legal materials. The law school’s future attorneys may study and read at leisure in the four–story, light-filled atrium or in one of the 200 carrels with built-in power and wireless access for laptop computers.

Among the subject areas of particular strength in the Law Library collection are: Constitutional Law, Employment and Labor Law, Health Law, Islamic Law, Jewish Law, Law Careers, Legal Research and Writing, Ohio Law and Practice, and Urban Law. The Library is also a United States federal government documents selective depository. In partnership with the University's Michael Schwartz Library , our OhioLINK membership provides our patrons expanded access to the universe of research materials.

A library is more than its physical structure or collection. At the C|M|LAW Library, the knowledgeable staff, committed to excellence in service to faculty, students and members of the legal community, provide reference services, research assistance and instruction, and all the administrative and technical services that make a library an easy-to-use, comprehensive teaching, research, study and meeting center.


Staff Directory

Maps of the Library

Circulation Policies

Patron Code of Conduct

History of the Law Library

*In case of a campus emergency, please either call the campus police (216-687-2020) or inform a library staff member of the issue. For lost or stolen materials, ask a staff member to check our lost and found at the main circulation desk.


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