David Stebenne, professor of law and history, received the Clio Award for “outstanding teacher in history” from the honors society Phi Alpha Theta.
From finance to education to nonprofit organizations, Dan Weiss ’85 has pushed the boundaries of his law degree to new limits.
A lot of operations take place behind the doors of 207 N. Park Ave. in Fremont, Ohio. Here, Thomas M. Bowlus ’94 heads three businesses.
David Gurwin ’85 extends his practice toward entertainment, media and sports, emerging technology, life sciences, and pharmaceuticals. His greatest passion however, lies in of entertainment law.
From family law attorney to Reconstructionist rabbi, Evette Lutman ’84 has devoted her life to the pursuit of justice on both the legal and moral fronts of public service.
When Cathleen Williams ’95 began noticing that her views and experiences as an African American, single mother were not represented on national television, she knew she wanted to make things happen.
Lawyers should get out of their offices more often. That is what Clarence Dass ’10 believes – and what motivated him to approach a Detroit radio station about launching a legal education initiative.
Two articles written by The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law students have been selected as two of the best law review articles within the last year in the field of entertainment, publishing, and the arts.
In some circles, Marlene H. Dortch ’92 has forever been known as the granddaughter of legendary track star, Olympic gold medalist, and The Ohio State University great Jesse Owens.
Although she might not easily admit it, Susan DiMickele ’95 may prove that you can do it all.
Vince Brockman ’88 has found success in many facets. His hard work elevated him through the legal team at Borden, where he spent the first 15 years of his career. His leadership now has ascended him to the head of the legal department at Scotts Miracle-Gro.
Sabrina Herrell ’02 prides herself in never backing down from a challenge.