Dianna Parker ’05, pro bono coordinator at the Legal Aid Society of Columbus, received the Public Service Award from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law on Oct. 18. The award is given to a graduate whose public interest career exemplifies a commitment to promote and provide access to the legal system.
A handmade poster, embellished with glitter-crafted flowers and a note in Spanish, hung on one of office walls that surrounded Cristina Nieves this summer. While the wall décor brightened up the room, it also served as a reminder of the dark road taken by the woman who fashioned the thank-you gift for the 3L.
When the United States Supreme Court ruled on Shelby County v. Holder on June 25, the decision affected more than the voting rights of multiple jurisdictions in the U.S. It also shifted most of the summer interns’ caseloads at the Campaign Legal Center in Washington, D.C.
After graduating from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 1990, Paul M. Nick wanted to make more than just a paycheck — he wanted to make a difference.
Cherish Cronmiller ’06 was hired under the act, and her career goal aligns with its mission to improve economic stability for Americans.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund conducted an investigation of a poorly-operated animal shelter located in Louisville, Ky., last year.
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law is pleased to announce the winners of its five prestigious alumni awards.
After spending time in Los Angeles teaching elementary school students in under-resourced communities as part of Teach For America, Lori Turner ’06 knew she wanted to make a larger impact on children’s lives.
From earning badges as a Girl Scout to earning the President’s Volunteer Service Award as an undergraduate at University of Florida, Roshni Baldeo Phalgoo ’10 has always had a strong commitment to community service.
Huda Ahmed ’07 was selected as a recipient of the 2012 William Oxley Thompson Alumni Award by The Ohio State University Alumni Association.
Run Vincent Chiu’s name through a quick query on the Internet, and one will find headlines screaming with sensationalism.
Linda Cook ’87 has spent her entire career in legal aid. Now, as a senior attorney with the Ohio Poverty Law Center, she focuses on consumer rights by advocating for change and protection on a statewide level.