Through relationships fostered by The Ohio State University Libraries and Moritz College of Law Library, our faculty members have access to an enormous collection of books, journals, databases, and other research materials. Faculty members are welcome to come to the library to peruse the shelves or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or their faculty liaison if they'd like to request a book or article.
If you'd like to renew a book or other item online, click My Account to log in to your library account. Renewing online is easy and can be done anywhere you have computer access, which can be convenient particularly during times you are teaching at other law schools or are on a research sabbatical. To use this service, have your BuckID ready as you will need your OSU ID to log in. That number can be found on your BuckID.
The law library welcomes suggestions of books to purchase for our collection, particularly if they will assist in your scholarship and teaching. The books will become part of the law library collection, and they can be checked out to you on request.
If you'd like a personal copy of a book, we are happy to purchase those for you as well; such purchases will be made from your research budget and will be delivered to you on arrival at the law library.
Please send book order requests to your faculty liaison.
If you are looking for a book and cannot find it on the shelf, let the Circulation Desk know. The book may have been recently returned or misshelved. If the book cannot be found, the Circulation staff can help find a copy from another library.
Moritz College of Law faculty members can check out books from the Moritz College of Law general stacks for one year with unlimited renewals. Other materials in our collection, like books and audio visual materials, can be checked out for six weeks with unlimited renewals.
Books held by other libraries on the OSU campus can typically be checked out for 17 weeks with unlimited renewals.
If you have specific questions about how long you can keep or renew a book, please contact our circulation department at email@example.com or 614-292-3987.
Need a newspaper or journal article but can't find it online? The Law Page service is designed to retrieve copies of articles that are available from campus libraries and deliver them to your mailbox within two-to-three business days. To submit a request, email a list of the citations to firstname.lastname@example.org. The item(s) will arrive in your third-floor mailbox. If you have questions or would like to check on the status of a request, contact email@example.com.