The Real Estate Residency Program will place current Moritz students in salaried positions within Ohio real estate firms and organizations. These residencies will provide students with valuable experiences and insight and our partners with valued legal support.
Giving a voice to the voiceless has long been the driving force behind 3L Shahed Al-asadi’s work. As an undergraduate journalism major at Ohio State, Al-asadi quickly realized that she wanted to bring about legal change to the very injustices she covered as a reporter.
After nearly five years in the private sector, 3L Jay Payne enrolled at the Moritz College of Law with a dream of pivoting into a new career in public service. Following graduation, he will join the Federal Honors Attorney Program at the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Congratulations to 3Ls John Bullock, Audry Klossner, and Lydia Bolander Reback who took second place at the Andrews Kurth Kenyon Moot Court National Championships in January.
The Moritz College of Law is pleased to announce the creation of the George N. Corey Family Scholarship fund.
2L Kenzie Nothnagel began her career working in television and film, but soon realized a law degree would provide her with the professional stability and intellectual challenge she craved, while also allowing her to put the needs of others before her own.
3L Garychka Sylvain never imagined leaving New York. The move to Columbus was a big leap of faith, but the risks she took as a 1L ultimately became her biggest rewards. After graduation Sylvain hopes to remain in the Columbus area to pursue a career in corporate litigation.
How 2L David Roper is creating new family traditions at Ohio State.
Graduation may be several months away for 3L Ben Fogle, but he already has his eyes set on a career devoted to public service. He hopes to join the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, or to pursue a career working for state government or the Department of Justice one day.
Winning the American Agricultural Law Association’s 2017 Student Poster Competition provided 3L Evin Bachelor with more than just the satisfaction of a job well done. It gave him the opportunity to network with attorneys practicing in an area he hopes to someday pursue.
2L Michelle Esparza had the opportunity to learn more about how the Department of Homeland Security operates on a national level through the Moritz College of Law’s Washington, D.C., Summer Program.
For 2L Ayesha Cotton, a first generation undergraduate and law school student, a legal education at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law means a chance to find her voice in the legal profession.