Facial recognition and society

Professor Dennis Hirsch recently appeared on All Sides with Ann Fisher to discuss the government use of facial recognition. His interview begins at 33:09 and focuses on the issues concerning the Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway (OHLEG) facial recognition initiative. Visit the link below to access the complete interview.

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Moritz alum Daniel Best ’13 earns ABA Journal honor

Moritz graduate Daniel Best ’13 was recently named an honorable mention recipient of the 2019 Ross Essay Contest for legal fiction. His essay titled “Coiled,” is about a lawyer dealing with his unhealthy response to the stress of law firm practice, according to the ABA. “Sometimes now, especially in a social media world, we feel we […]

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Moritz student Carrie Mayer named 2019 Tillman Scholar

Incoming 1L Carrie Mayer has been named a 2019 Pat Tillman Scholar. Mayer is one of 60 scholars from around the country to be selected for the award, named after former United States Army Ranger and NFL star Pat Tillman.  Mayer earned a bachelor's degree at George Washington University and was commissioned as an officer in the United States Army through ROTC. Mayer was deployed in Haiti, Iraq and Afghanistan and after seven years of active duty, transferred to the reserves and moved her family to Zambia. She plans to use her law degree to serve the most vulnerable members of her local community. 

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Recent Publications by Moritz Faculty

Amy J. Cohen, Governance Feminism in New York’s Human Trafficking Intervention Courts, Governance Feminism: Notes from the Field

Christopher J. Walker, Constitutional Tensions in Agency Adjudication, Iowa L. Rev.

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