Lapsed print titles at the Wayne County Law Library have been restored as electronic titles in the recently negotiated Westlaw subscription. These titles are available online through patron access in the law library and remotely to government users
Advising Small Businesses
Advising Small Businesses: Forms
Anderson on the Uniform Commercial Code
Annotated Manual for Complex Litigation
Criminal Trial Techniques
Employment Law Checklists and Forms
Expert Witness Checklist
Federal Practice and Procedure (Wright & Miller)
Fletcher Cyclopedia of the Law of Corporations
Law of Computer Technology
Law of Municipal Corporations - McQuillen
Limited Liability Company Handbook
Municipal Legal Forms
Neighboring Property Owners
Pattern Discovery: Employment Discrimination
Pattern Discovery: Premises Liability
Pattern Discovery: Tort Actions
Police Misconduct: Law and Litigation
Social Security Disability Claims
Stein on Personal Injury Damages
Summers Oil and Gas
Tiffany Real Property
West's Legal Forms
White Collar Crime
Willison on Contracts
Monday, August 15, 2016
Monday, August 10, 2015
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Wooster attorney and Wayne County Law Library Resources Board member Clarke W. Owens has published a novel on climate change. Read more.
Monday, July 27, 2015
The law library now provides links to publication updates for many of the print titles to which it subscribes. The links are embedded into the listing found in the Current Paper Subscriptions link at the bottom of the Wayne County Online Library Catalog.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Please note that O.R.C. section 2953.61 changed effective 7/1/15. This change affects holders of a commercial drivers license.
For information on sealing, expunging, correcting criminal records, pardons, juvenile records, Certificates of Employability and Certificates of Qualification for Employment, please see the manual at http://bit.ly/OJPC-CrimRecManual.
Friday, June 5, 2015
Cloud Computing - you've heard the term, but what is it? Gwynne Monahan writes in Law Technology Today "The phrase “cloud computing” is ubiquitous. Instagram. Dropbox. Google Apps. Evernote. Netflix. There is little in every day life not touched by cloud computing. That’s increasingly true for the practice of law and running a law firm as well." You can read her whole article here.
Monday, April 20, 2015
Click here to view Tax, Estate & Financial Planning for the Elderly updates for March 2015