Professor Marc Spindelman appeared before the Ohio House of Representatives Community and Family Advancement Committee to give interested party testimony on the constitutionality of House Bill 36—referred to by some as the “Pastor Protection Act.”
Philip C. Sorensen, professor emeritus at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 12. He was 83. Sorensen joined the faculty at Ohio State in 1973 where he taught until his retirement in 1995.
Professor Christopher Walker recently won the Association of American Law Schools 2017 Scholarly Papers Competition for law school faculty members who have been teaching for five years or fewer.
Days after Professor Martha Chamallas was quoted in a Washington Post article detailing how women and minorities are often awarded considerably less compensation in civil suits, she received phone calls two U.S. Senators looking to introduce legislation.
Women are more concentrated at less prestigious law schools than their male counterparts, according to new research by Professor Deborah Merritt.
A memorial service will be held for Robert Martin Krivoshey ’78 on Friday, October 28 at 4 p.m. in the Saxbe Auditorium.
Alan C. Michaels’ deanship started in the spring of 2008, with the legal profession riding a decades-long wave of consistent growth and stability and the nation’s law schools in expansion-mode. The tides sure did change quickly. “From a leadership prospective, challenging […]
The FTC will host a workshop on drones today beginning at 1 p.m. that looks at consumer privacy concerns surrounding the use of unmanned aircraft. Professor Margot Kaminski is scheduled to share her expertise in a panel discussion at the event.
It is an exciting time to be Professor Douglas A. Berman. He has written passionately about criminal justice reform for over a decade and the issue has finally made its way on to the agenda of both major political parties. […]
In January 2015, Dean Alan C. Michaels created the Teaching Innovation Group, which aims to keep Moritz at the forefront of law school pedagogy by providing a constant stream of ideas and practices from which the teaching community may draw upon.
Professor Margot Kaminski has been invited to serve as a fellow of the D.C.-based, nonprofit Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) for 2016.
Professor Peter M. Shane, the Jacob E. Davis and Jacob E. Davis II Chair in Law, wrote an op-ed for The Atlantic on U.S. v. Texas, a challenge to the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) program that went before the Supreme Court.