The 2009-10 school year will likely be a memorable one for Deborah Jones Merritt, the John Deaver Drinko-Baker & Hostetler Chair in Law. In October, Professor Merritt stood before the U.S. Supreme Court admirably arguing her first case to the [...]
As we’re just a week away from the 2010 Hooding Ceremony, I would like to take a moment to highlight some of the accomplishments of our newly minted alumni.
Farrakhan v. Gregoire considered the state of Washington’s law disenfranchising people who have been convicted of felonies. The court concluded that Washington’s felony disenfranchisement law violates the Voting Rights Act because of its disproportionate impact on racial and ethnic minorities. [...]
As litigation and referendums relating to same-sex marriages continue around the country, so do the legal questions surrounding them. Professor Marc Spindelman, who teaches constitutional law and family law, and who is also an expert in lesbian and gay rights, [...]
My former students may be interested to know that I’ve had a heart transplant and life is very good indeed.
The work of a law school admissions officer or admissions committee member is part art, part science.
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 [...]