The Robert S. Marx Library serves the research and legal information needs of the College of Law. It is located in the law building, on the 3rd floor. The library’s namesake was the founder of the Disabled American Veterans. He was a graduate of Cincinnati Law, a highly successful Cincinnati attorney, and a judge of the Cincinnati Superior Court. He also taught at the College of Law, and was an early proponent of skills training, having developed a course on “Facts” during the 1950’s. His estate endowed the construction of a new library building in the early 1960’s.
You have 24 hour a day, 7 days a week access to the law library with your Bearcat ID Card!
For the UC Law Library information and Quick Links to law resources: Law Library
UC has 6 other libraries on campus at which you can study, including Blegen, behind the law school. For information on other libraries at UC: Libraries
For technology help at any time, please contact Mike Tadele (originally from Ethiopia!) in the law library at firstname.lastname@example.org, 513 556 1332.