The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law community will gather on Thursday, May 18, to remember Lynda Seelie—office manager of clinical programs at Moritz—who passed away on Tuesday, May 2. She was 55.
Congratulations to the Class of 2017! Hooding is Friday, May 12. Please click for more information, including how to watch the live-stream. #MoritzGrads17
Diversity Week 2017, presented by the Student Bar Association (SBA), kicks off on Monday, Jan. 30, with a variety of engaging events, panels, and speakers.
For 3L Christopher Hawthorne, law is a family affair. His father, uncle, aunt, and grandfather are all attorneys. They were instrumental in encouraging him to earn a J.D. so that he could pursue his dreams of managing and representing artists in the music industry.
Growing up, it was clear to 3L Jedidiah Bressman that he wanted a career in law. After attending the University of Toledo his 1L year, Bressman decided to transfer to Ohio State, following in his father’s footsteps and fulfilling his dream to be a Buckeye.
Professor Mary Beth Beazley, a pioneer in the field of legal writing, is a recent recipient of the prestigious Marjorie Rombauer Award. The honor is granted on behalf of the Association of Legal Writing Directors.
Professor Marc Spindelman appeared before the Ohio House of Representatives Community and Family Advancement Committee to give interested party testimony on the constitutionality of House Bill 36—referred to by some as the “Pastor Protection Act.”
As senior vice president and general counsel of the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, Melinda Haggerty ’10 plays a vital role in helping the organization achieve its mission of finding adoptive homes for children in foster care.
When Amber Zibritosky ’10 first pictured what a career in public service would look like, running for an elected position in a town of 35,000 people wasn’t quite what she had imagined. Now as law director of the city of Stow, she said the experience has been a rewarding one.