Briefing Room


The 2016 Presidential Election: Data, Polarization, or Personality?

The current presidential election cycle has already upended popular accounts on candidate selection, media effects, and the electoral importance of money and campaign infrastructure. Will this historic cycle contradict yet more conventional wisdom in its final 10 weeks? Join two of […]

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What are the Federalist Society and American Constitution Society?

Come learn about both the American Constitution Society and The Federalist Society in an informative and fun debate on Wednesday, Sept. 7, at 12:10 p.m. in Saxbe Auditorium. Each group will present their mission and core ideals. Lunch will be provided.

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More than 100 businesses benefit from Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic


The Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic at Moritz gives students the opportunity to hone their skills building attorney-client relationships, learning the ins and outs of different business models, spotting areas of potential liability, managing transactions, and more.

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Moot court teams bring home national championships from weekend competitions


Two moot court teams from the Moritz College of Law brought home national championships last weekend from the Child Welfare and Adoption Law and Ruby R. Vale Corporate Law Moot Court Competitions.

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Kaminski to discuss drones, consumer privacy at FTC workshop event

Margot Kaminski, assistant professor at the Moritz School of Law, testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee in Washington, DC, on Nov. 19, 20015, in a hearing on drones.  Photo:  Jay Mallin

The FTC will host a workshop on drones today beginning at 1 p.m. that looks at consumer privacy concerns surrounding the use of unmanned aircraft. Professor Margot Kaminski is scheduled to share her expertise in a panel discussion at the event.

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Berman stays at the forefront of criminal justice reform through innovation


It is an exciting time to be Professor Douglas A. Berman. He has written passionately about criminal justice reform for over a decade and the issue has finally made its way on to the agenda of both major political parties. […]

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Alumna finds rewarding career path in biotechnology intellectual property


Jessica Jamieson ’97 is the global head of Hematology IP for Shire. Nearly every day she is reminded of just how important the work she and her colleagues do in the patent department, protecting developing treatments that allow individuals suffering from disease to live longer, more active lives.

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Alumna uses legal background to secure housing for those in need


Samantha Shuler ’95 realized early on that she liked engaging in big-picture thinking. She’s now CEO of the nonprofit Community Housing Network, which develops and manages housing for people who have mental illness, are recovering from addiction, or have experienced homelessness.

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