The Law School Magazine  ·  Winter 2009

2009

 

Leading OSU’s Alumni Association


Issue: Fall 2009
Ginny Trethewey ’77 is many things: a philanthropist, an avid traveler, and chief operating officer of the Ohio State Alumni Association. Yet the title that Trethewey is most proud of is Ohio State mentor. “Mentoring is the greatest satisfaction ...

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Making a Career at Health and Human Services


Issue: Fall 2009
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...

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


Issue: Fall 2009
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 ...

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Michael Briley: Law and the BCS


Issue: Fall 2009
Michael Briley is one of those lawyers who are fortunate to have what every young lawyer needs: a mentor. “When I got out of law school, I went to practice at a firm and there was a national expert on antitrust law at the firm (Fred Fuller),” Bri...

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Passion for Giving Back: Suzanne K. Richards ’74


Issue: Fall 2009
Suzanne K. Richards ’74 knew she wanted to be on board with the Law & Leadership Institute the moment she heard about it. “It sounded like a terrific idea and program,” Richards said. “I thought it certainly would be wonderful to give tim...

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What Should You Know Regarding Possible Changes to Consumer Arbitration?


Issue: Fall 2009
In recent months, a major lawsuit was filed by the Minnesota Attorney General against one of the nation’s major arbitration providers, and Congress is considering legislative reform of arbitration guidelines. Professor Sarah Rudolph Cole, an expert...

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What happens to notice pleading after Twombly and Iqbal?


Issue: Fall 2009
For more than 50 years, it has been black letter law in civil procedure that federal pleading practice requires only “notice pleading.” In 2007, the U.S. Supreme Court muddied the pleading waters with Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly, 550 U.S. 544 ...

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5-Minute Classroom: HeinOnline


Issue: Fall 2009
HeinOnline, a product of William S. Hein & Co., is an increasingly popular legal database making headway into law firms across the country. HeinOnline began as a retrospective database of law journals, offering online access back to the first jou...

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