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Impeachment Resource Guide

photo of US Capital buildingThe C|M|Law Library’s Impeachment Resource Guide provides links to numerous materials to help one understand the federal impeachment process in the United States.  Materials include U.S. Constitution sections, U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate procedures, recent impeachment actions, historical impeachment actions, as well as selected databases, reports/books, podcasts, and journal literature.  If you have questions on any of the guide’s materials, contact

Need Help Finding Ohio Information?

We have you covered.

For Ohio primary law and secondary resources information, check out our Ohio Primary Law Research Guide and Ohio Secondary Sources Guide.

If you need information on the Ohio Constitution and current constitutional issues, the Ohio Constitution – Law and History Guide includes references to primary and secondary sources, info on Ohio’s previous constitutions and conventions, tables tracking proposed amendments, suggested resources by topic, and more.

CALI also offers great lessons to help in your Ohio legal research: Ohio Secondary Sources and Ohio Primary Resources.

Farnsworth on Contracts and Our Treatises Guide

Edward Allan Farnsworth (1928-2005) was one of America’s most renowned legal scholars on contracts. He taught at Columbia Law School for over 50 years.

Farnsworth on Contracts is now in its 4th edition and is being edited by Professor Zachary Wolfe from George Washington University. This treatise is considered essential by students, faculty, and practitioners alike in the area of contracts.

Farnsworth served as a reporter for the Restatement (Second) of Contracts as well and his treatise shows how the Restatement along with the Uniform Commercial Code has influenced and shaped Contract law. The reader will find case references that are cross referenced along with drafting tips.

Farnsworth is also available online for CSU affiliates.

Be sure to check out our Major Legal Treatises and Services Guide.

Updated Study Aids Guide

Devices and booksIf you’re still looking for study aids to help with exam prep this semester, check out our newly updated Study Aids guide. This guide highlights our print study aids that you can check out from the library as well as those that you can access online through West Academic. You’ll find info on some of the most popular study aid series, like Nutshells, Sum and Substance, Understanding Series, Examples and Explanations and more. If you have any questions about finding or accessing any of the library’s study aids, email us at

Ten Books on Meditation, Mindfulness and Yoga from Our Collection

Sometimes passive relaxation – like scrolling through social media or binge watching Netflix – is not enough to unwind from a stressful week (or semester) of law school, especially with exams coming up. Adding in active relaxation can help, and meditation, mindfulness practice or yoga can be three great ways to actively chill out.

In the library, we have a great collection of wellness-related books that you can check out. You can find many (but not all) of them highlighted in our Mental Health and Well-Being guide. If you want to look for more titles, search Scholar, the library catalog.

Here are some suggestions for books from our collection specifically about meditation, mindfulness and yoga. If you’d like to check any of them out, click on Find It and then request the book through Scholar, the library catalog. The book will be ready for you to pick up, either in the library on our pick up shelf, or through curbside pickup if you request that option.

  • Yoga for Lawyers: Mind-Body Techniques To Feel Better All the Time [Find it]
  • The Anxious Lawyer: An 8-Week Guide to a Joyful and Satisfying Law Practice Through Mindfulness and Meditation [Find it]
  • The Mindful Twenty-Something: Life Skills to Handle Stress & Everything Else [Find it]
  • Finding the Space to Lead: A Practical Guide to Mindful Leadership [Find it]
  • Finding the Midline: How Yoga Helps a Trial Lawyer Make Friends and Connect to Spirit [Find it]
  • Unplug: A Simple Guide to Meditation for Busy Skeptics and Modern Soul Seekers [Find it]
  • Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics [Find it]
  • Lawyering from the Inside Out: Learning Professional Development through Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence [Find it]
  • Make Peace with Your Mind: How Mindfulness and Compassion Can Free You from Your Inner Critic [Find it]
  • Why Can’t I Mediate? How to Get Your Mindfulness Practice on Track [Find it]