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Changes to College of Law Operations

As you have seen, the state’s public health advisory system today designated Franklin County “purple,” indicating “severe” coronavirus transmission in our midst. Likewise, President Johnson this evening has indicated prompt changes to university operations, to protect the health and safety of our community.

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Keesha Mitchell ’91 named interim associate vice president for the Office of Institutional Equity

Moritz alumna Keesha Mitchell ’91 has been named the interim associate vice president for the Office of Institutional Equity at The Ohio State University. The announcement from Provost McPheron states that she will serve in this role for the next 6-8 months while a nationwide search is held for the permanent position. For the last […]

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Danger Ahead: Talking Politics at Work

“A common misconception about the First Amendment is that it protects speech in any place,” says Roser-Jones. “It doesn’t. And that means a private employer is not prohibited from making rules or setting regulations about what is or isn’t appropriate for work discussions.” Professor Roser-Jones offers suggestions on how employees can handle political discussions at work during and after the election.

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Ari Glogower, Progressive Tax Procedure, New York University Law Review


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