Cory J. Reed ’95 studied finance and law because the future of farming, his father’s profession, looked much different 30 years ago than it does today. Three decades later, as senior vice president of Intelligent Solutions Group for John Deere, he has a very different outlook.
Before law school, Jaclyn Bryk ’04’s Buckeye physician father gave her two rules: “You can’t sue doctors, and you can’t go to Michigan.” With an illustrious litigation career, a strong work ethic, and a winning case against Michigan, Bryk has made her Buckeye family proud.
Brigette Burnell ’02 found a role that suited her varied background and aligned her professional and personal goals as general counsel and corporate secretary for The Gorman-Rupp Company.
Kyra Fleming ’92 envisioned changes in the energy markets would create opportunities in an industry with a long history of stability. Two decades later as vice president and general counsel of DTE Energy, Fleming sees first-hand how vibrant and complex the industry is today.
Accomplishing two career goals in the first decade of your career is a considerable feat. Maureen Frangopoulos ’09 conquered her childhood dream of becoming a trial lawyer, before setting her sights on a new position as an in-house counsel at Uber.
Discussing the ever-expanding role of women in business leadership positions will be Christie A. Hill ’86, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Dun & Bradstreet Corp., Lynn Ready, Associate Vice President, Facilities Operations & Development for The Ohio State […]
3L Katie Kalbacher, 3L Ryan Edmiston, and 2LSusan Restrepo took second at the 27th annual Ruby R. Vale Interschool Corporate Moot Court Competition on March 15.
Reading and writing have always been a passion for 2L Andrew Mikac. They inspired him first to share that enthusiasm with students in educationally under-served communities, and now are driving him to pursue a degree in law.
From coaching a champion moot court team to teaching the ins and out of securities law to dazzling the crowd at the annual comedy night, Professor Paul Rose has left a lasting impact on the Class of 2014. The class elected Professor Paul Rose as the Morgan E. Shipman Outstanding Professor.
3L Jenna Grassbaugh, 2L Ryan Harmanis, and 2L Hunter West were crowned champions of the Ruby Vale Interschool Corporate Moot Court Competition, beating teams from Penn, the University of Florida, William & Mary, and Georgetown along the way.
Alya Sulaiman walked out of her apartment, across the street, and into a newly-opened boutique called Royal Factory in the Short North, located just south of Ohio State’s campus. She left the shop with a spark of interest that redirected her legal career.
Inland Shrimp, a current client of the Entrepreneurial Business Law Clinic, tied for first in the short-pitch round of the Fish 2.0 business plan competition held recently at Stanford University. 3Ls Alyson Letsky and David N. Sutton are providing legal […]