Briefing Room

Moritz College of Law to launch exciting new real estate initiative: The Real Estate Residency Program

The Real Estate Residency Program will place current Moritz students in salaried positions within Ohio real estate firms and organizations. These residencies will provide students with valuable experiences and insight and our partners with valued legal support.    

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Congressional Conversations Speaker: Senator Carper

Thomas Carper

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.

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2018 David H. Bodiker Lecture on Criminal Justice

James Forman Jr.

This year’s lecture will feature James Forman Jr., professor of law at Yale Law School and best-selling author of the critically acclaimed book, Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America.

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As president of OutLaws, 2L strives to create community at Moritz and beyond

Lyndsey Andray

The unique paths that led her fellow classmates to law school are what motivates 2L Lyndsey Andray as a student leader at Moritz and in her studies in national security law.

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3L dreams of career in international criminal law, human rights

Shahed Al-asadi

Giving a voice to the voiceless has long been the driving force behind 3L Shahed Al-asadi’s work. As an undergraduate journalism major at Ohio State, Al-asadi quickly realized that she wanted to bring about legal change to the very injustices she covered as a reporter.

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College mourns loss of former Dean Meeks

James Meeks

Professor Emeritus James E. Meeks, former dean and Jacob E. Davis Professor of Law at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, passed away on October 26, 2017. He was 78.

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Ohio State Establishes Drug Enforcement and Policy Center with Support from Charles Koch Foundation

Drinko Hall

The interdisciplinary center will study societal impacts of the ‘war on drugs.’

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‘Because Moritz chose me, I felt like I had to give back to Moritz in some way,’ alumna says

Cheyenne N. Chambers

If Cheyenne N. Chambers ’14 hadn’t been selected as the ninth U.S. Supreme Court Justice for a First Amendment moot court case in her high school AP Government class, she probably would have become a history professor. As she prepared […]

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Greif Fellowship allows alumna to pursue dream of helping victims of human trafficking

Rachel Tallmadge

An interest in the Greif Fellowship in Juvenile Human Trafficking initially led Rachel Tallmadge ’17 to apply to the Moritz College of Law. Now as the Greif Fellow, she provides legal representation to juvenile victims in Ohio.

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