Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith L. French ‘88 has been appointed to serve a three-year term on an advisory committee of the federal judiciary’s national policy-making body, the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Appellate Rules.
Nimesh Patel ’95 has joined Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr as the firm’s director of diversity and inclusion. He previously headed the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion as executive director.
Former Ohio Gov. George V. Voinovich ’61 passed away on Sunday at the age of 79.
From a young age, Ryan Waggoner ’10 ambitiously aspired to be a judge, an ambassador, and a businessman. Refusing to settle for just one, he pursued a unique practice in international corporate law, combining all three passions as an associate at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP.
Practicing law is one thing. Changing the law is another thing altogether. Michael Berry ’05, has managed to make a career of the latter, defending religious liberties as senior counsel and director of military affairs at First Liberty Institute.
Carla Moore ’77 was selected by the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland as the recipient of this year’s St. Thomas More Award.
Judges William Henry Crawford, II ’82 and Herman Marable, Jr. ’87 of the 67th District-Fifth (Flint) Division helped Ohio State students deliver water to the residents in Flint, Michigan suffering from the current water crisis.
Cory J. Reed ’95 studied finance and law because the future of farming, his father’s profession, looked much different 30 years ago than it does today. Three decades later, as senior vice president of Intelligent Solutions Group for John Deere, he has a very different outlook.
The graduating class of 2016 has officially joined the Moritz College of Law alumni family. The Hooding Ceremony Friday afternoon represented their transition from students to members of the legal profession.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich has appointed Asim Z. Haque ‘06 the next chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
Before law school, Jaclyn Bryk ’04’s Buckeye physician father gave her two rules: “You can’t sue doctors, and you can’t go to Michigan.” With an illustrious litigation career, a strong work ethic, and a winning case against Michigan, Bryk has made her Buckeye family proud.
For as long as she can remember, Amirah Salaam ’06 has been fascinated with the political process. Growing up in New Jersey and Virginia, she dreamed of one day working on Capitol Hill. Today, she is living that dream as a lobbyist in Washington, D.C.