Ohio Gov. John Kasich has appointed Asim Z. Haque ‘06 the next chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.
For as long as she can remember, Amirah Salaam ’06 has been fascinated with the political process. Growing up in New Jersey and Virginia, she dreamed of one day working on Capitol Hill. Today, she is living that dream as a lobbyist in Washington, D.C.
As legislative director for the National Urban League’s finance and housing division, Kyle R. Williams ’07 works to help change and influence policy to give disadvantaged people living in urban areas better access to financial services and products.
Just six years after graduation, Alejandro Cortes ’05 took on one of the biggest challenges a young lawyer can face – representing the City of Cleveland in matters involving police, fire, E.M.S, and homeland security forces as an assistant director of law.
From the time he was in elementary school, 2L Matt Diaz knew one day he wanted to work in Washington, D.C. This past summer he had the opportunity to venture to the nation’s capital for an externship at the Federal Communications Commission.
On Nov. 12, from 6-8 p.m. in Room 351, Jill Humphries, of the National Lawyers Guild, and King Downing, of the Human Rights-Racial Justice Center, will conduct a legal observer training. Legal observers observe and record incidents and activities of […]
Last year, we saw images of Ferguson and Baltimore burning, with the local communities organizing and expressing outrage at the disproportionate rates of police violence—often lethal—against Black communities. The killing of Mike Brown sparked the rise of the national #BlackLivesMatter […]
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, at noon in Saxbe Auditorium, Trans 101 will answer some of the most common questions about transgender issues. This panel discussion and Q&A will explore transgender experiences, identities, and narratives. The event will also cover basic […]
On Thursday, Oct. 22, at noon in Saxbe Auditorium, well known local author Wil Haygood will discuss his new release: Showdown: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court Nomination that Changed America, a sweeping epic about the tumultuous, real-life events surrounding the […]
This year’s David H. Bodiker Lecture on Criminal Justice on Oct. 6 will feature Stephen B. Bright, president and senior counsel at the Southern Center for Human Rights. His talk is entitled: “Rigged: When Race and Poverty Determine Outcomes in the Criminal Courts.”
Judge Jack B. Weinstein of a New York federal court relied heavily on the research of Professor Martha Chamallas in deciding a recent case involving a young child who was injured by lead paint. The defendant argued damages should be reduced because the child is Hispanic.
All Rise profiled alumna Siobhan Boyd-Nelson ’05, who works as Kaleidoscope Youth Center’s development and marketing associate, in its Spring 2015 edition.