The Law School Magazine  ·  Winter 2013

Barbara Peck

 

A new class of professors joins Moritz: Three bring wealth of experience in the Supreme Court, civil rights defense, and nonprofit leadership


As sure as the leaves on the trees lining 12th Avenue and High Street turn from green to gold each autumn, new faces emerge in Drinko Hall – and not just with the incoming class of first-year students. The Ohio State University Moritz College of La...
2013, Features, Winter

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‘A giant among us:’ Remembering the Honorable Robert Duncan ’52 1927-2012


Even though he graduated as the president of his class at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, Robert Morton Duncan ’52 once told a reporter, “I wasn’t on fire about the law as a law student. … I didn’t see myself as having a pl...
2013, Features, Winter

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Capital markets focus of new program


The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law continued to build on its recent expansion of business law courses and programs in the fall of 2012 with the debut of Law and Capital Markets @ Ohio State. The new program is designed to study global ca...
2013, Features, Winter

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Exit Interviews: 6 members of the class of 2012 reflect, share where they are headed


JANIE HENRY Janie Henry ’12 will be clerking for U.S. District Court Judge Frederick Stamp in the Northern District of West Virginia. “My best experience at Moritz was my judicial externship with Judge Edmund Sargus of the U.S. District Court for...
2012, Features, Spring

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Doing Business in China


Steve Mortinger on … Chinese Business Culture: “In China, culturally, going to government offices and giving people business gifts has been the norm for a very long time. But for a U.S. company, it is very likely a violation of the Foreign Corrup...
2012, Spring

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Sleeping Giant No More


In 1978 in the United States, President Carter signed a bill allowing for the home brewing of beer; the Dallas Cowboys won the Super Bowl; and, in a Cold War move, computer sales to the Soviet Union were banned. In the People’s Republic of China, a...
2012, Features, Spring

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Donald B. Tobin shares his thoughts on political fundraising and nonprofits


What changes in the law have led political operatives to consider alternative structures when setting up campaign organizations? The short answer is that organizations are improperly choosing alternative structures to avoid the campaign disclosure pr...
2012, Departments, Faculty Q & A, Spring

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Baker Hostetler gives $500K for mentoring program


Students enter the dining room at the Barrister Club, scanning the room for familiar faces. Their smiles break wide open as they extend a hand to the lawyers seated at their table. The dining room gets louder with the chatter and chuckles that result...
2012, Features, Spring

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The Statehood of Palestine: International Law in the Middle East Conflict


In the midst of recent debates on the question of the statehood of Palestine and its recognition by the United Nations, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Professor John B. Quigley turned to international law to argue Palestine is a coun...
2011, Departments, Fall, In Print

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Why I Want to go to Law School


Personal Statement of Jenna Grassbaugh On May 24, 2006, I thought my fairytale life had only just begun. When I stepped off the stage at university commencement with a smile on my face and degree in hand, I had overcome physical challenges, leaped me...
2011, Fall, Features

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