[listen to podcast] In an era of increasing discord in communities in all parts of the country, the panel will discuss: What should local leaders do in the midst of community unrest? What plans should they make during more tranquil […]
Because people so often identify libraries with physical books, new digital information and communication technologies have spawned speculation whether these institutions are obsolete. Libraries, however, predate books, and, in their modern form, libraries of all kinds – public libraries, research […]
The Marijuana Policies of Ohio Taskforce, chaired by Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters, presented the findings of its comprehensive research at a symposium on June 11 hosted at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. The Taskforce’s research report assesses […]
[listen to podcast] On Friday, March 27th, 2015 FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler gave the policymaker keynote address at the I/S Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society symposium: The Future of Internet Regulation. Wheeler’s comments focus on the […]
[listen to the podcast] headphones may be required A standing-room only discussion on recent events in Ferguson, MO, on Tuesday, December 2, featured Moritz professors Joshua Dressler, Amna Akbar, Ric Simmons, and Sharon Davies. They discussed the legal standard for self-defense, […]
[listen to podcast] Co-director and co-founder of the project Barry C. Scheck shared his knowledge of the criminal justice system with the Moritz community on Oct. 7 when he presented the 2014 David H. Bodiker Lecture on Criminal Justice at the […]
[listen to podcast] In a time when race relations are again making national headlines, Director of the United States Department of Justice’s Community Relations Service (CRS) Grande H. Lum presented a talk on the importance of conflict resolution and the […]
Contribution limits in campaign spending were considered in a case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. Professor Daniel P. Tokaji offers this analysis.
The U.S. Supreme Court takes up the question of presidential power this term in a case addressing recess appointments. Professor Peter M. Shane, a national expert on presidential power, explains what questions are at the heart of National Labor Relations Board […]
Professor Arthur F. Greenbaum offers a closer look at this U.S. Supreme Court case about personal jurisdiction. “This case will have the most impact of any case this term on clients and law practice. These issues are hard and very […]
Professor Christopher Walker previews Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, the challenge to an amendment to the Michigan constitution that bans the use of affirmative action by public universities. The case was argued before the United States Supreme Court […]
Professor Cinnamon Carlarne previews Environmental Protection Agency v. EME Homer City Generation, a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that examines the “complex questions of environmental law and administrative law,” she explains.