- Associated Press - Sunday, November 2, 2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The state Supreme Court’s law library is adding a digital collection.

Patrons can download legal volumes and other e-books for free to their tablets, smartphones or laptops.

Ohio Supreme Court employees can access the digital works from any location, though other users would need to be at a computer inside the law library.

The library is open weekdays to the public. It also serves the high court’s justices, Supreme Court staff, state legislature and attorneys. The facility is the primary law library for all state agencies in Columbus.

The court’s library also says it is phasing out its five print newspaper subscriptions over the next year and replacing them with digital versions its patrons can access from a library computer.




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