Welcome to the Clermont County Law Library!

“The object of the library is to bring together human beings and recorded knowledge in as fruitful relationship as is humanly possible” – Jesse Shera

Hours of Operation
M-F 8:30am to 4:30pm

Holiday Hours


Clermont County Law Library Resources Board The Clermont County Common Pleas Court will be appointing a member to the Clermont County Law Library Resources Board to fill a recent vacancy on a current 5 year appointment that will expire on 12/31/2022. Applicants must...


The Clermont County Law Library will follow the protocols outlined by the Common Pleas Court Order effective June 2, 2021 (summarized below). Face masks are optional for individuals who have been fully vaccinated. Individuals who have NOT been FULLY vaccinated are...


The DOE and EPA have developed the fuel economy website www.fueleconomy.gov.   The website features updated fuel economy data for new and used passenger vehicles dating back to 1984, allows side by side vehicle comparisons, and offers fuel-saving tips.   This website...


  DOMESTIC RELATIONS LAW CLINICS are BACK!! Clermont County Domestic Court is holding a monthly Law Clinic from 9 a.m. until noon at the Clermont County Library Administration Building which is on 326 Broadway Street, Batavia, 45103( beside/behind the Batavia...

Clermont County Juvenile Court proposed rule change

The Clermont County Juvenile Court proposes to amend Local Rule 22 to  include provisions of Rule 48 of the Rules of Superintendence governing the Courts of Ohio which become effective on January 1, 2021.  Please review the proposed modifications to Local Rule 22 as...

2021 Law Library Holiday Schedule

2021 Clermont County Law Library Holiday Schedule by kdunkin | News and Events  2021 Holiday Schedule Closed Jan. 1, 2021 - New Year's Day Closed January 18 - Martin Luther King Day Closed February 15 - Presidents Day Closed May 31 - Memorial Day Closed July 5-...

Effective March 11th, 2022 :

  • The Court continues to encourage employees and anyone entering the courthouse to be respectful of the personal space of others and exercise proper hygiene.
  • Anyone with a temperature above 100.4 will not be permitted to enter the courthouse.
  • Each Judge retains discretion to impose specific requirements.   While facial coverings are no longer REQUIRED, they are encouraged if circumstances dictate.