An internship at United Steelworkers seemed like the perfect fit for 3L Dominic Saturday, a descendant of a long line of union laborers. It allowed him to combine his passions for solving complex problems and advocating for workers’ rights.
Brigid Heid ’90, a partner with the Columbus-based firm Eastman & Smith Ltd., uses her legal skills and knowledge to help businesses of all sizes with employment laws and regulations, as well as with protecting their intellectual property and confidential information.
Traci Martinez’ ’08 drive and enthusiasm for her work at Squire Patton Boggs have made her an indispensable part of the litigation team. Coupled with her innate ability to develop new business, it’s easy to see why she had one of the fastest rises to partner in firm history.
When Janay Stevens ’13 packed her bags and left the alpine slopes and crystal clear lakes of Reno, Nev. three years ago, she did more than relocate for law school. She found herself a new home. “I am an only […]
After serving 11 years as an active duty Marine Corps officer, Melissa Palmisciano ’05 is happy with her decision to transition to civilian life.
Professor Martha Chamallas, the Robert J. Lynn Chair in Law, has received The Ohio State University’s Distinguished Scholar Award.
The Supreme Court of the United States ruled that workers can expect a degree of privacy in their private offices. For example, employers generally have to respect boundaries when it comes to physical space, such as not rifling through an […]
While a score of her classmates are probably settled at law firms, Briana Seagriff Mascaro ’10 opted to work somewhere that has more flying carpets and mice than an ordinary office.
When Valerie Sharpe ’97 first thought she wanted to become a lawyer, she was under some unusual circumstances.
Professor James J. Brudney was recently appointed to the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations for the International Labor Organization (ILO).
As the Internet and other technologies continue to advance, employers have more and more tools to monitor employees and research prospective employees. Whether reviewing online profiles or monitoring employees’ computer keystrokes, employers will face some tough decisions on what is […]
Professor Martha Chamallas was recently cited extensively in an unprecedented ruling that rejects the use of race as a determining factor for the amount of damages awarded in tort litigation. Chamallas, who is the Robert J. Lynn Chair in Law […]