News & Events
An increasingly important fault line has appeared on today's U.S. Supreme Court. It is not one of ideology, but a question of what stance the Court should take toward its work. Linda Greenhouse, New York Times Supreme Court correspondent, will look at the real-world version of this academic debate that is playing out on the Court today when she presents the annual Frank R. Strong Law Forum lecture.
The auditorium at Ohio State's John Deaver Drinko Hall has been named the William B. Saxbe Law Auditorium in recognition of Mr. Saxbe's generosity and his distinguished public service. A celebration of the naming was held on Thursday, September 26 during Public Service Day at the Moritz, when all Ohio State law alumni who work in public service or devote a significant portion of their practice to pro bono work were recognized.
Sep. 11, 2002
Columbus Panel Looks at 9/11 Aftermath
Almost a year after the events that took place on September 11, 2001, our nation continues the process of figuring out how to respond, both domestically and internationally, to that day's terrorist attacks. At Noon on Wednesday, September 11, six professors from the Moritz College of Law, including the dean of the Moritz College, will address a few important legal developments that have arisen from that process in the auditorium of John Deaver Drinko Hall.