May 3, 2012


Also in this month's SideBar...


›› Keeping clients current on political laws, government contracts
›› Alumnus humble about breaking up large drug rings

Law School News...

›› 2L wins ‘Best Overall,’ ‘Best Brief’ at Herman Moot Court Competition
›› Lecturer to explore ‘Utopian Turn in Democratic Theory’
›› Immigration conference comes to Ohio State, Moritz
›› ‘HAVA @ 10’ to mark changes in way Americans vote
›› Moritz to host Order of the Coif Distinguished Visitor, lecture
›› More Moritz News


›› Class of 2012 Send-off
›› Ohio State Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal symposium
›› 12 & High


›› Moritz 'On the Record'

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'Anti-politics: The Utopian Turn in Democratic Theory'

Nancy Rosenblum of Harvard University will discuss the anti-political strain that marks both contemporary democratic theory and the contemporary public mood in America on Monday as part of the Democracy Studies Speakers Series. ››Register today

Conference on immigration

The “Immigration: Moving Forward” conference, presented by Conversations on Morality, Politics, and Society, or COMPAS, will cover historical and contemporary policy, economic, enforcement, and citizenship issues May 10-11. ››Register today

'HAVA @ 10'

The Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) became law 10 years ago. To commemorate this occasion and discuss how American election administration has changed over the past decade, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s Election Law @ Moritz program, its Legislation Clinic, and Election Law Journal are co-sponsoring a conference, “HAVA @ 10.” ››Register today

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