February 2, 2012


Also in this month's SideBar...


›› Effects of housing crisis ripple to bench
›› Alumna balances public interest, industry needs in work

Law School News...

›› Student commons project on schedule
›› Recent alumni honored for journal work
›› Moritz creates newsletter for legal community
›› ‘The Future of Online Journalism’ topic of March symposium
›› Ohio State Law Journal symposium to examine Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
›› Moritz, Mershon Center partner for speakers’ series
›› Organization needs judges for competitions
›› More Moritz News


›› Seeking your snapshots
›› 12 & High


›› Moritz 'On the Record'

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Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution symposium

Scholars and professionals come together Feb. 17 to examine the current role of atlernative dispute resolution mechanisms in collective bargaining in the public sector and how to improve negotiations in the future. ››Register today

'The American Democratic Tradition'

James Kloppenberg, the Charles Warren Professor of American History at Harvard University, will kick off the Democracy Studies Speakers Series with his lecture “The American Democratic Tradition: From Roger Williams to Barack Obama” on Feb. 24. ››Register today

Ohio State Law Journal symposium

Paying foreign officials for the purpose of obtaining or retaining business is in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, but many multinational companies and their advisors struggle with aggressive enforcement. “The FCPA at Thirty-Five and Its Impact on Global Business” will be presented March 16. ››Register today

'The Future of Online Journalism' symposium

Sponsored by I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society, this March 29-30 symposium will explore how to meet the information needs of communities despite the decline of professional reporting that maintains accountability. The impact of online journalism on community information needs and democratic self-governance will be examined. ››Register today

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