Jill Ringel Hart has been at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan as a career clerk for 19 years and says it’s “the best job in the entire world.”
A current member of the Ohio House of Representatives, Michael Stinziano ’07, is up for re-election this November.
Tom Corogin ’53 always has been a man with incredible focus. It’s served him well over his nearly 60-year legal career, but now he’s devoted to a new cause: sailing around the world.
A mentoring relationship 23 years in the making between two alumni of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law is key to the success of the GAR Foundation.
After spending time in Los Angeles teaching elementary school students in under-resourced communities as part of Teach For America, Lori Turner ’06 knew she wanted to make a larger impact on children’s lives.
A lot of operations take place behind the doors of 207 N. Park Ave. in Fremont, Ohio. Here, Thomas M. Bowlus ’94 heads three businesses.
From earning badges as a Girl Scout to earning the President’s Volunteer Service Award as an undergraduate at University of Florida, Roshni Baldeo Phalgoo ’10 has always had a strong commitment to community service.
From courts-martial to civil litigation and from camouflage to a suit and tie, Wesley Duncan ’06 has moved out of the “green zone” in Baghdad to the campaign trail in Nevada.
Huda Ahmed ’07 was selected as a recipient of the 2012 William Oxley Thompson Alumni Award by the Ohio State University Alumni Association. The award recognizes alumni who are 35 or younger for early career achievement who have demonstrated distinctive […]
Huda Ahmed ’07 was selected as a recipient of the 2012 William Oxley Thompson Alumni Award by The Ohio State University Alumni Association.
Toledo lawyer Jeffrey Helmick ’88 was confirmed as a federal district court judge for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio with a 62-36 vote from the United States Senate June 6. Helmick’s confirmation came about a […]
While a score of her classmates are probably settled at law firms, Briana Seagriff Mascaro ’10 opted to work somewhere that has more flying carpets and mice than an ordinary office.