The Law School Magazine  ·  Spring 2011

Rob Phillips

 

The Bazlers Gift Supports Moritz, Agriculture


We will all have legacies: those personality traits or significant acts that will be remembered for years in the future. The legacies of Frank Bazler ’53 and his wife, Ginni, will undoubtedly include the couple’s unwavering generosity to The Ohio...
2011, Alumni Profiles, Spring

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William Isaac ’69 Chairman of the Board at Fifth Third Bancorp


If there was a memo explaining to William Isaac ’69 that he could start to slow down a bit at this stage in his career, he never received it. Isaac, who chaired the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation during the volatile years of 1981 through 198...
2011, Alumni Profiles, Spring

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Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution Celebrates 25th Anniversary


When Marcia Egbert ’85 and James Demetry ’85 began tip-toeing through the steps necessary to create a second academic journal at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 1984, they knew it would be a considerable amount of work. In hind...
2011, Features, Spring

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Program on Law and Leadership Workshops Provide Hands-On Leadership Training


While business schools started implementing leadership training and education decades ago, law schools have historically failed to focus on the cultivation of such leadership skills. The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law emerged on the cutt...
2011, Features, Spring

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A Mainstay in the Ohio Statehouse: Alumnus’ Gift to Support College’s Leadership Scholarships


William Blair ’70 was raised in Canton, Ohio. He still owns a house there as well as one in the Columbus suburb of Upper Arlington. But Blair is most at home when he’s roaming the great halls of the Ohio Statehouse. For nearly 50 years, Blair has...
2010, Alumni Profiles, Spring

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Legal Aid Leader: Sarjeant ’75 Returns to the Legal Services Corporation a Third Time


When Karen Sarjeant ’75 reflects upon her career – one that has taken her to various legal aid organizations across the country – she realizes the “power of one person” time and time again. Nearly all of her decisions involving education or...
2010, Alumni Profiles, Spring

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Top 10 Legal Developments of the Past Decade


 Whether change is perceived as good or bad normally depends upon to whom you’re speaking. One person’s blessing may be another’s curse. But nonetheless, change is inevitable. And over the past decade, there have been countless legal developme...
2010, Features, Spring

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Making a Career at Health and Human Services


At first glance, the career path that Gregory Demske ’90 followed after graduating from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law seems to be a fairly straight one. He admits that he “fell into” his first post-law-school job at the Office...
2009, Alumni Profiles, Departments, Fall

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Clarence E. Mingo II ’98: Tapped by GOP for Franklin County Auditor


Clarence E. Mingo II ’98 was appointed in August to fill the remainder of a term as Franklin County, Ohio, auditor. Mingo, of New Albany, has worked in private practice in Central Ohio since graduating from The Ohio State University Moritz College ...
2009, Alumni Profiles, Fall

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Taxing a Property Value Decline


The process seems simple. A government entity – usually a county – values residential, commercial, and agricultural real estate. Based on those valuations, the government applies a tax rate and collects taxes from property owners. But the simplic...
2009, Fall, Features

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