This State Guide lists the major sources of law in Ohio.
- Ohio Legal Research
A guide to legal publications and research in published by the reference librarians at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Library.
- Ohio Legal Research by Katherine L. Hall & Sara Sampson (2009). KFO75 H357
- Ohio Legal Research Guide by Melanie K. Putnam & Susan M. Schaefgen (1997) KFO75. P88
STATUTES & LEGISLATION
- State Constitution (1851 Constitution with Amendments to 2011)
- Constitution of the State of Ohio, 1802
- Constitution of the State of Ohio, 1851
- Print: Page's Ohio Revised Code Annotated KFO30 1953 .A4
- Print: Baldwin's Ohio Revised Code Annotated KFO30 1994 .A2
- Session Laws: HeinOnline, 1803-
- A Guide to Legislative History in Ohio (Legislative Service Commission)
- Ohio Revised Code
- Ohio Session Laws (1997- )
- General Assembly (Includes bill text and bill histories, 1997- )
- Ohio Senate
- Ohio House
REGULATIONS & AGENCIES
- Print: Ohio Administrative Code KFO35 1994 (subscription cancelled- last updated in 2008)
CASES & COURTS
- Print: West's North Eastern Reporter 2d KF135 .N612
- Print: Ohio State Reports 3d KFO45 .A23 (see also 1st & 2nd series)
- Supreme Court (includes an attorney directory)
- District Courts of Appeals
- Ohio Rules of Court
- Caseload statistics are published in the Ohio Courts Summary, available from the Supreme Court or from Ohio Memory.
STATE LAW REVIEWS & BAR JOURNALS
- Ohio's nine law schools have too many journals to list here.
- Georgetown subscribed to the electronic versions of several Ohio Law reviews. Search for those titles through our Hein Online subscription or in GULLiver for a print version.
LEGAL ETHICS RESOURCES
- Board of Commissioners on Grievances & Discipline (links to ethics rules for lawyers and judges)
- Print: Ohio Jurisprudence 3d KFO80 .O33
Last Updated 9/10 (SAS)
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