James D. Robenalt ’81 is partner at Thompson Hine. In addition to managing and trying scores of high-stakes, complex cases involving trade secrets and espionage, he has found the time to write about historical events that helped shape our modern political landscape.
Heather DiFranco ’01 served as chair of the National Association for Law Placement’s ABA Audit Protocol Work Group, which helped law schools transition to new protocols on reporting graduate job placement data. For her work she was awarded the NALP Service Excellence Award.
The Moritz College of Law is home to multiple post-graduate public service fellowships, which place recent graduates in nonprofit positions where they begin their careers in the public sector.
As executive vice president and chief of staff for the Ohio Hospital Association, Mary Gallagher ’92 oversees the organization’s leadership in multiple divisions including health economics and policy, patient safety and quality, and operations.
Keeping the public protected and the integrity of the legal system intact is all in a day’s work for Erica Temple ’98 who works as disciplinary counsel for the Washington State Bar Association
When Michelle Chavanne ’01 graduated from law school, she knew she did not want to spend her career in a courtroom. Now, as general counsel for the Ohio Department of Higher Education, she’s found a way to pursue her passions for the law and academia simultaneously.
David A. Katz ‘57, a senior judge on the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, passed away on July 26 after a long battle with cancer. He was 82.
Healthcare as many people know it is changing. Patrick J. Dugan ’82, who specializes in representing healthcare providers and payers, says there has been a shift toward consolidating the two, to create a better, more cohesive value-based experience for patients nationwide.
At Abercrombie & Fitch, everyone from the interns to key members of the legal team dress with casual, comfortable, and effortless style—just like Abercrombie itself. Stacia Jones ’00 may wear jeans to the office, but she fiercely represents the retailer as senior manager and legal counsel.
Heather Kimmel ’06 always wanted to use her legal skills to help others. Little did she know she would one day have the opportunity to play a large part in helping two women held captive for a decade in a Cleveland area home rebuild their lives after their escape.
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.