On Friday, April 9, the Cleveland Law Library and the Cleveland Public Library joined forces to host an online book discussion with Attorney and Author Kenneth J. Knabe. The group discussed his recently published book, Cycling Rights: Bicycles, E-Bikes & Micro-Mobility Devices, which examines the changes in Ohio bike law and what these changes mean for cyclists.
If you were unable to participate in the discussion, you can visit our YouTube channel for a video replay!
The Library of Congress was established on April 24, 1800 - 220 years ago! Learn more about the oldest federal, cultural institution in the United States by visiting our virtual display.
Tasty Martians have landed at the Cleveland Law Library, and they want our sourdough starter!
Happy St. Patrick's Day from the Cleveland Law Library. Did you know that the four leaves of the four-leaf clover stand for faith, love, hope and luck? Let's hope all 4 get us all through the pandemic soon.
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