Moritz College of Law The Ohio State University
This Month @ Moritz

Alumni Recognition Wall Unveiled

Lou Ann Moritz and Charles C. Warner
Lou Ann Moritz and National Alumni Council Chairman Charles C. Warner cut ribbon at Recognition Wall unveiling.
The recognition wall is a collage of images and text featuring various alumni. The wall also includes photos depicting informal scenes of Drinko Hall, law students, and The Ohio State University Campus. Among the first alumni to be honored are the Hon. Robert M. Duncan '52 who served as a jurist with the U.S. Court of Military Appeals, U.S. District Court, and the Supreme Court of Ohio, and Robert J. Lynn '49 who taught at the college from 1949 to 1995.

In addition to the recognition wall, the College is honoring the late Michael E. Moritz '61 as well as William B. Saxbe '48 in separate displays. Michael E. Moritz, for whom the college is named, is featured in a new display at the 12th Avenue College entrance. He was a partner with the Columbus office of Baker & Hostetler and a director of Cardinal Health.

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Moritz display in College lobby
A display honoring William B. Saxbe is located outside the auditorium, which was renamed in his honor last year. William B. Saxbe served as United States Attorney General, Ambassador to India, and U.S. Senator before returning to private practice.

The display, like the College, is dynamic. Panels will be changed periodically to feature an ever-expanding universe of accomplished alumni. Alumni are encouraged to recommend new names to the College's Communications Director Liz Gates.