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Of particular interest to alumni may be the expansion of our advanced curricular offerings to include more and more courses explicitly designed to introduce students to professional lawyering skills.
Many faculty have embraced different types of teaching technologies in the classroom, from interactive devices to the use of presentation technology. Our faculty are leaders throughout the nation in developing new and innovative teaching methods.
OSU Moritz College of Law Professor Edward B. Foley has been called to testify before the United States Senate Committee on Rules and Administration in a hearing entitled “Corporate America vs. The Voter: Examining the Supreme Court’s Decision to Allow [...]
This is an exciting time for libraries. The positive reaction of our students to the refurbishing of various areas of the Michael E. Moritz Law Library, and the very enthusiastic response to the renovated William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library at [...]
Professor Deborah Jones Merritt was the only one making her case before the U.S. Supreme Court Oct. 7, but several others – from her own family to her Moritz one – contributed to the success of her first U.S. Supreme [...]
In recent months, a major lawsuit was filed by the Minnesota Attorney General against one of the nation’s major arbitration providers, and Congress is considering legislative reform of arbitration guidelines. Professor Sarah Rudolph Cole, an expert in arbitration, discusses the [...]
Moritz Professor Peter M. Shane and the blue-ribbon commission for which he was executive director released a report today in Washington, D.C., setting forth a new vision for healthy, informed, democratic communities. The Knight Commission on the Information Needs of [...]
Though he campaigned on a theme of change, Barack Obama in his first months in office has already asserted inherent presidential power in some ways reminiscent of his Republican predecessors. While abandoning the Bush Administration’s most audacious claims, President Obama [...]
In April, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a 5-4 opinion that revised the long-standing Belton rule, the effect of which will be to change the procedures police officers may use when searching the vehicles of persons whom they arrest. Police [...]
As the Internet and other technologies continue to advance, employers have more and more tools to monitor employees and research prospective employees. Whether reviewing online profiles or monitoring employees’ computer keystrokes, employers will face some tough decisions on what is [...]
Ruth Colker, the Heck Faust Chair in Constitutional Law at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, is one of the most influential figures in the field of disability law in the United States. Her scholarly work has influenced [...]