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Signs of Gratitude


Issue: Winter 2014
Firsts. Law school is full of first-time experiences. Perhaps you held your first significant leadership experience in a student organization. You probably represented clients for the first time in one of our law clinics or mooted your first big argu...

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The Middle Voice: Mediating Conflict Successfully (Carolina Academic Press, Second Edition 2013) By Joseph Stulberg and Lela P. Love


Issue: Winter 2014
Conflict is inescapable. Although a lawyer is often called upon to formally mediate a legal controversy, many people assist others to resolve their disputes by skillfully and effectively using facilitating skills and strategies in their role as super...

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An Education in Politics: Alumna combines law degree, Ph.D. in career at mayor’s office


Issue: Winter 2014
  Keisha Hunley-Jenkins ’05 never thought she would pursue a career in politics. But after the office of Columbus Mayor Michael Coleman called with a job offer, she’s now directing an office in City Hall. Hunley-Jenkins is the director of ex...

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‘I achieved my dream’: National Guardsman makes a difference as Chicago prosecutor


Issue: Winter 2014
As both a prosecutor in the city of Chicago and a Judge Advocate General in the military, Shariq Kathawala ’08 is using education from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law to serve a larger community. Balancing the two careers can di...

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Navigating Cultural Differences: Craig Bryson ’00 manages attorneys from afar, abroad at Abbott Laboratories


Issue: Winter 2014
It’s not as simple as walking down the hall and knocking on a door for Craig Bryson ’00 to convene with his legal team. As area counsel for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa at Abbott Laboratories, Bryson oversees 15 lawyers responsible f...

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The Speaker and The President: William Batchelder ’67, Keith Faber ’91 lead Ohio Legislature


Issue: Winter 2014
Hushed conversations are swallowed entirely by the din outside of the legislative chambers at the Ohio Statehouse, making an already warm October afternoon a bit stifling. Freed from their classrooms for a day, school children on a field trip file th...

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Unprecedented Impact: Examining the Affordable Care Act


Issue: Winter 2014
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a lot like War and Peace meets the federal tax code meets the big bang theory: It is long. It affects every business and person in America. And, it is complicated, rife with assumptions and unce...

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1 Degree, 10 Careers


Issue: Winter 2014
 The only things certain in life are death, taxes, and opinions on how the tax code could be changed for the better. All Rise surveyed 10 alumni whose practices focus on taxation for insights into the current debates and future for this specialized ...

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Joshua Dressler explains the long-lasting effects of some of the summer 2013 court rulings


Issue: Winter 2014
The summer of 2013 was full of blockbuster cases for those who follow criminal law. Joshua Dressler, ther Frank R. Strong Chair in Law at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, explains the long-lasting effects of some of those rulings. Q: ...

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