Dan Hawkins ’01, director of the Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit, works on cases that grab headlines and grip hearts.
Whatever their story, on August 19-21, dozens of The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law alumni will hit the road and pedal their way toward ending cancer as part of Pelotonia.
Having grown up in the Bronx and raised by a single mother who migrated from Puerto Rico, what the future held for Shary Enid Sanchez was a big question. Today, she is a staff attorney for the HIV Law Project in New York City.
Jerry Bame ’59 has a new mission in life: Making lawyers happy.
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law is pleased to announce the winners of its five prestigious alumni awards.
Ted Ramirez ’76 is passionate about plenty. He clearly loves being an attorney. He truly enjoys cultivating his worldwide business transaction practice.
If there was a memo explaining to William Isaac ’69 that he could start to slow down a bit at this stage in his career, he never received it. Isaac, who chaired the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation during the volatile […]
While growing up in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Dan Elliott ’89 admittedly didn’t pay much attention to the vast system of trains and railroads that surround the greater Cleveland area. Today, Elliott can’t stop thinking about those rails – in Cleveland […]
We will all have legacies: those personality traits or significant acts that will be remembered for years in the future. The legacies of Frank Bazler ’53 and his wife, Ginni, will undoubtedly include the couple’s unwavering generosity to The Ohio […]
William B. Saxbe ’48 passed away on Aug. 24, 2010 at the age of 94. He was a former U.S. senator and served as U.S. attorney general under Presidents Nixon and Ford. It is impossible to quantify the value of […]
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.