Divided communities

When images of broken shop windows, burning buildings, and angry faces in Ferguson and Baltimore appeared on televisions and social media channels,… Read article

Wrongful Convictions

Imagine this—your friend is at home one night enjoying a nice relaxing evening when he receives an unexpected phone call. It’s the police.… Read article

Modern Family

Every week, millions of people tune in to watch a popular television sitcom, “Modern Family,” on ABC. These viewers are invested in the… Read article

Alumni Profiles


Dean's Letter

But For your generosity…

The “But For Ohio State...” campaign, a seven-year philanthropic initiative that began in January 2009, presented our law school with the… Read article

Office Hours

Q&A with Professor Ruth Colker

One year after the Supreme Court of the United States made its landmark decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, stating the fundamental right to marry… Read article

In Print

Ballot Battles: The History of Disputed Elections in the United States (Oxford University Press, 2016)

The 2000 presidential race resulted in the highest-profile ballot battle in over a century. But it is far from the only American election determined… Read article

Environmental Law

1 Degree, 10 Careers

Protecting the land, air, and water we share is important work. From conserving natural resources to regulating pollution, defending endangered… Read article