The award recognizes individuals and organizations, like the Divided Community Project, that use their problem-solving skills to forge creative solutions.
U.S. Senator Thomas Carper is scheduled to visit The Ohio State University on March 30 as part of the Congressional Conversations series, a joint initiative of the Moritz College of Law and John Glenn College of Public Affairs.
Join us for the 2018 I/S Symposium: National Security, Emerging Technologies, and the Law on March 23 thru 24 in Saxble Auditorium, Drinko Hall.
Rising 2L Jasmine Lambert enrolled at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law with aspirations of becoming a judge in criminal court one day, a honor she doesn’t take lightly.
“It all just sort of clicked for me, that healthcare was an environment that I enjoyed and that studying the law and developing that skill set would be something that I valued and would be good at,” said rising 3L Cameron Wright.
Professor Kimberly Jordan, Associate Clinical Professor of Law, was honored for her contributions to juvenile defense at the 14th Annual Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit in May, where she received the Noel E. Kaech Juvenile Defender Award.
The interdisciplinary center will study societal impacts of the ‘war on drugs.’
The National Council provides the law school with constructive advice on programs and plans; recognizes the accomplishments of graduates through awards and other methods; and members serve as ambassadors for the college.
We are pleased to announce the 2018 Moritz College of Law Alumni Award recipients. Awards will be presented on Oct. 5 at the annual reunion cocktail reception held during reunion weekend.
The Jacques M. Littlefield Foundation approved a $100,000 grant over two years to the Divided Community Project (DCP), housed at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. DCP provides public officials and community leaders with useful tools and resources […]