Briefing Room

Event Calendar

Event

Date/Time

Location

May 2018

Summer Bar Support for JD students May. 30, 2018 Drinko 348
Crimmigration CLE May. 31, 2018 Saxbe Auditorium

June 2018

Summer Bar Support for JD students Jun. 6, 2018 Drinko 348
Summer Bar Support for JD students Jun. 13, 2018 Drinko 348
CampUS Jun. 16, 2018 Saxbe Auditorium
Summer Bar Support for JD students Jun. 20, 2018 Drinko 348
Summer Bar Support for JD students Jun. 27, 2018 Drinko 348

July 2018

Summer Bar Support for JD students Jul. 5, 2018 Drinko 348
Summer Bar Support for JD students Jul. 10, 2018 Drinko 348

 

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Event News

Symposium explores digital currency

A new way for consumers to pay for purchases online will be the focus of a Feb. 21 symposium: “In Bitcoin We Trust? A Forward Look at the Regulation, Use, and Growth of the Digital Currency.” Bitcoin is a digital currency introduced by open source software in 2009. It is now used in more than 62,000 commercial transactions daily.

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Gathering, usage of massive data to be examined in March

What do Facebook, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the National Security Agency, have in common? The answer lies in the gathering and use of massive data sets. Big Data Future will explore the possibilities for new enterprises grounded in Big Data to improve economic, social, and political life.

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‘Dispute Resolution in Special Education Symposium’ planned

Special education law is an unusual practice field with respect to the breadth of specialized dispute resolution process used to resolve issues. The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution will focus on the history and effectiveness of many of these processes during the Dispute Resolution in Special Education Symposium, held Feb. 27-28 at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.

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Students invited to education career luncheon

Prior to the Dispute Resolution in Special Education Symposium, a lunch will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. Feb. 27 at the Barrister Club, focusing on careers for lawyers in education and featuring a keynote speech by Paul Grossman, former head of Education at the Office of Civil Rights in California.

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