In the nearly 15 years since David Groshoff ’96 graduated from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, he elevated through the ranks of J.P. Morgan, sat on three public corporations’ Boards of Directors, and earned two more graduate degrees.
When Scott Ferber ’98 starts talking about being an assistant United States attorney, his voice changes. He talks a bit faster.
In some circles, Marlene H. Dortch ’92 has forever been known as the granddaughter of legendary track star, Olympic gold medalist, and The Ohio State University great Jesse Owens.
Today Yvette McGee Brown ’85 was appointed to a vacancy on the Supreme Court of Ohio and will assume the position Jan. 1.
Although she might not easily admit it, Susan DiMickele ’95 may prove that you can do it all.
Vince Brockman ’88 has found success in many facets. His hard work elevated him through the legal team at Borden, where he spent the first 15 years of his career. His leadership now has ascended him to the head of the legal department at Scotts Miracle-Gro.
Alumni of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law secured several key positions in Tuesday’s General Election. Brian Sandoval ’89 was elected as governor of Nevada with 54 percent of the vote. Before entering the campaign, Sandoval was a [...]
When Valerie Sharpe ’97 first thought she wanted to become a lawyer, she was under some unusual circumstances.
On Sept. 22, William M. Isaac ’69, chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation during the banking and savings and loan crisis of the 1980s, will explain what was different about the 2008 economic meltdown that allowed the failure of [...]
Susan G. Tobin ’81 is the 2010 recipient of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s Public Service Award for commitment to promoting and providing access to the justice system.
Sabrina Herrell ’02 prides herself in never backing down from a challenge.
When Kimberly Strong ’89 was first asked in 1998 to explore the creation of a compliance and ethics program for her Virginia employer, expectations varied as to what the task would entail.