The Law School Magazine  ·  Summer 2013

Monica DeMeglio

 

Building laws: Professors lend expertise, skill to establishing uniform laws, restatements


From soldiers casting ballots from Afghanistan to two parties negotiat­ing freely via a long-distance telephone call, the leadership of faculty at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law is having an impact. There is a long tradition of prof...
2013, Features, Summer

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Rallying around a program


This story originally accompanied the feature “Reinventing the clerkship: Model expanding the traditional judicial clerkship could be next trend.“  Erin Moriarty ’77 was inspired by a story. She was reading SideBar, the monthly e-newsl...
2013, Alumni Profiles, Winter

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Big risk, sweet rewards: John Lowe ’98 left GC post within General Electric to lead Jeni’s enterprise


In the office of John Lowe ’98, a stack of framed artwork is carefully bound in bubble wrap and leaning against a chalkboard wall filled with whimsical doodles of flowers and vines. The former is indicative of the fact that Lowe, CEO of Jeni’s Sp...
2013, Alumni Profiles, Winter

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Reinventing the clerkship: Model expanding the traditional judicial clerkship could be next trend


Responding to a fundamental shift in the legal job market for new lawyers, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law has developed various public interest and private sector fellowships to provide high-caliber graduates with a unique opportunit...
2013, Features, Winter

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Alumna appointed to Ohio Supreme Court


Thankfully, Judith French ’88 had found the hand crank on the side of the lectern the last time she argued before the Supreme Court of the United States. She knew just how many turns were required to lower the lectern to fit her 5-foot frame so she...
2013, Alumni Profiles, Features, Winter

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Following her calling: Retired Ohio Supreme Court Justice Evelyn Lundberg Stratton ’79 prepares for next chapter in advocacy


As a trial judge in Franklin County, Ohio, Evelyn Lundberg Stratton ’79 often stared down from her bench at defendants buckling under the weight of more than just lengthy criminal records. They were dealing with mental health issues that contribute...
2013, Alumni Profiles, Features, Winter

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1 Degree, 10 Careers in higher education


A Juris Doctor can be the door that leads to varied and challenging opportunities in any number of specialties. In this issue of All Rise, we take a look at how one degree has served 10 alumni in their careers in higher education. 1. Gregory J. Vinc...
2013, Alumni Profiles, Features, Winter

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Courts redefining expectation of privacy in workplace


This story originally accompanied the feature “The Creepy Factor: Technological innovation creates new wave of privacy regulation.” Employment laws have not caught up with technology – and are unlikely to do so anytime soon, offered L. Cami...
2013, Alumni Profiles, Winter

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The Creepy Factor: Technological innovation creates new wave of privacy regulation


For the average American, the morning may begin with checking email and scrolling through one’s Facebook feed before even getting out of bed. During the morning commute, a GPS satellite interfaces with the car’s computer, giving directions to the...
2013, Features, Winter

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Introduction to Feminist Legal Theory, Third Edition (Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2013) By Martha Chamallas


Since its first edition published 15 years ago, Introduction to Feminist Legal Theory has been a treatise intended to demystify the subject for students, scholars, and lawyers alike. Written in a straightforward tone free of legal jargon, the newly r...
2013, Departments, In Print, Winter

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