Banned Books Week
The Law Library is celebrating your right to read!
According to the American Library Association, “Banned Books Week was launched in the 1980s, a time of increased challenges, organized protests, and the Island Trees School District v. Pico (1982) Supreme Court case, which ruled that school officials can’t ban books in libraries simply because of their content.”
Stop by our display on banned books and learn about the top 11 banned books in 2018, cases involving banned books, who challenges books, and why books are challenged.
Monday, Sept. 23
- Library & Lexis Lunch & Learn: Ohio Legal Practice Materials
- Associate Director of Public & Research Services Susan Boland and Lexis Representative Ashley Russell will discuss Ohio Legal Practice Materials
- 12:15 – 1:15pm
- Room 302
- Lunch and Lexis points provided
Wednesday, Sept. 25
- Prepare to Practice: Docket Research
- Reference Librarian Shannon Kemen and Lexis Representative Ashley Russell will be holding a prepare to practice table outside of rooms 114 and 118.
- 12:15 – 1:15pm
- Hallway across from 118
- Snacks and Lexis points provided
- Join the UC Law Library Prepare to Practice Community to access a video and quiz on docket research
Featured Study Aids
- First Amendment (Concepts & Insights)
- Available online through our West Academic subscription
- This study aid covers the major areas of this complex doctrine, including the religion clauses. The text also probes theories of free speech and debates over controversial issues such as campaign finance, hate speech, and religious exemptions.
- Understanding the First Amendment
- Available online through our Lexis OverDrive subscription and in print at Ref. 2 KF4770 .W43 2017
- This study aid covers the origins and nature of the First Amendment, speech advocating violent or illegal action, content regulation of speech, limited protection of speech, content neutrality of speech, freedom of association and compelled expression, media and the first amendment, the Establishment Clause, and the Free Exercise Clause.