A memorial service will be held for Robert Martin Krivoshey ’78 on Friday, October 28 at 4 p.m. in the Saxbe Auditorium.
The Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals will hear oral arguments in the case of United States v. Cox at the Moritz College of Law on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017, at 4 p.m. in Saxbe Auditorium.
Join the Election Law @ Moritz faculty for in-depth coverage and analysis of legal issues arising from this year’s election, including a discussion on potential problems, including hacking and long lines.
Pursuing a career in law after studying neuroscience during her undergraduate studies may not be a path well-traveled, but it was always in the back of 2L Mary Csarny’s mind. She had the chance to put her scientific background to use this summer through an externship at the FDA in D.C.
For 2L Javier Lopez, an externship in the capital city helped lay the groundwork for his remaining years in law school and a successful career after graduation. The Washington, D.C., Summer Program, places students like Lopez in substantive externships alongside a quality academic program.
Professor Christopher Walker recently won the Association of American Law Schools 2017 Scholarly Papers Competition for law school faculty members who have been teaching for five years or fewer.
Days after Professor Martha Chamallas was quoted in a Washington Post article detailing how women and minorities are often awarded considerably less compensation in civil suits, she received phone calls two U.S. Senators looking to introduce legislation.
Michael Franczak ‘95 is a commissioner for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, where he’s spent the last 15 years mediating labor and employment disputes throughout the private, public, and federal work sectors.
Traci Martinez’ ’08 drive and enthusiasm for her work at Squire Patton Boggs have made her an indispensable part of the litigation team. Coupled with her innate ability to develop new business, it’s easy to see why she had one of the fastest rises to partner in firm history.