The Law School Magazine  ·  Spring 2011

2011

 

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


Issue: Spring 2011
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...

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Teach For America Leaves Lasting Impact on Moritz Students


Issue: Spring 2011
There are currently 16 Moritz students who are alumni of Teach For America (TFA). Ask for a volunteer to talk about their experience and 16 hands shoot up.  Ask for a volunteer to opine about education in America, 16 hands shoot up. Ask whether TFA ...

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Challenges in Providing Equal Education to All


Issue: Spring 2011
The statistics are dismal. More black males drop out of high school than actually graduate. When comparing the United States to other industrialized nations on standardized tests, the U.S. ranks mediocre at best. And, for the first time in the nation...

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Professor Swire Returns to Moritz After Stint in White House


Issue: Spring 2011
Like many owners of a smartphone, when Professor Peter Swire awoke in the wee hours of the morning last winter, his message box was full of e-mails. But, unlike most people who awake to discount offers, blast e-mails and news alerts, Swire was readin...

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Saxbe Made Impact at Moritz, in Ohio, across Nation


Issue: Spring 2011
William B. Saxbe ’48 passed away on Aug. 24, 2010 at the age of 94. He was a former U.S. senator and served as U.S. attorney general under Presidents Nixon and Ford. It is impossible to quantify the value of the contributions made by Saxbe to his c...

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