Hit with a painful chronic medical condition that required three brain surgeries and unsure if big firm life was for her, Tiffany Smith ’09 did what anyone would do: She became her own boss. Working at a prominent law firm […]
From the pit bosses to the winning percentage on the slots, John Barron ’01 knows every casino in the Ohio like the back of his hand. He can tell you about the type of felt used on the roulette tables […]
Thankfully, Judith French ’88 had found the hand crank on the side of the lectern the last time she argued before the Supreme Court of the United States. She knew just how many turns were required to lower the lectern […]
Judge Judith L. French ’88 was appointed by Gov. John R. Kasich to the Supreme Court of Ohio. French will fill the vacancy left by Justice Evelyn Lundberg Stratton ’79, who announced in May her intention to retire by the […]
Two alumni of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law are recipients of the University’s 2012 John B. Gerlach Sr. Development Volunteer Award: Ray Persons ’78 and Alec Wightman ’75.
After graduating from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 1990, Paul M. Nick wanted to make more than just a paycheck — he wanted to make a difference.
Wading up to her thighs in water, speaking in Urdu to a camera, Andie De Arment ’07 was in the thick of Pakistan at the most sacred Sikh shrine in the world.
Alumni from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law were campaigning this fall for elected positions ranging from school boards in Michigan to the U.S. House of Representatives. Here is how they fared on Election Day, according to unofficial […]
Two alumni of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law are recipients of the University’s 2012 John B. Gerlach Sr. Development Volunteer Award: Ray Persons ’78 and Alec Wightman ’75. The award is named in honor of the late […]
Cherish Cronmiller ’06 was hired under the act, and her career goal aligns with its mission to improve economic stability for Americans.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund conducted an investigation of a poorly-operated animal shelter located in Louisville, Ky., last year.
Over the course of his almost 30-year professional career, working for the U.S. Department of Treasury right out of law school, then for a private firm, and later as an investment banker, sometimes it’s hard to tell by glancing at John Bruno’s resume whether he’s devoted to practicing the law or dedicated to the financial arena.