Briefing Room


Moritz Alums Tim Bainbridge (’67), Brian Miller (’94) Earn OAJ Awards

A pair of Moritz alums, Tim Bainbridge and Brian Miller, were honored with awards from the Ohio Association of Justice on April 9.

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Events

The Prohibition Era and Policing: Drug Enforcement and Policy Center hosts Professor Wesley Oliver
Prohibition ends at last!

This January officially marked a century since the National Prohibition Amendment was ratified. Even now, 86 years after being repealed in 1933, the ripple effects of Prohibition still echo throughout our criminal justice system today.

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Register for the Agendas and Procedures of Social Governance Colloquium

Throughout the Spring semester, Election Law @ Moritz will be hosting an ongoing colloquium to consider the capacity for democratic institutions to address pressing issues of public policy. On six Friday mornings and one Thursday morning, seven speakers from top law schools around the country […]

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Students

Meet Ralah Sanadiki, EIC Elect, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law

Meet Ralah Sanadiki, the newly elected EIC of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. “I genuinely enjoy blue-booking and editing and writing, generally. That is why I have come to this position and why I am passionate about it.”

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DyTiesha Dunson finds a home at Moritz following decorated basketball career

The all-time assists leader at Florida Gulf Coast University, 2L DyTiesha Dunson is preparing for her life after basketball at Moritz with an interest in tax law.

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Faculty

National effort urged to overhaul ‘broken’ health data system
photo of Professor Parasidis

“Data scandals are occurring on a regular basis, with no end in sight,” said Efthimios Parasidis, a co-author of the New England Journal of Medicine article and a professor at The Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law and College of Public Health.

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Government checks and balances: How the border wall pushes the limits
Peter Shane

“It’s not entirely the executive branch (Trump) trying to usurp the powers of Congress,” Shane said. “It’s also a matter of Congress sitting on its hands.”

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Alumni

Moritz Alums Tim Bainbridge (’67), Brian Miller (’94) Earn OAJ Awards

A pair of Moritz alums, Tim Bainbridge and Brian Miller, were honored with awards from the Ohio Association of Justice on April 9.

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Alumnus authors book to help others find confidence in conflict

When Kwame Christian 13’ walked through the doors of Drinko Hall last year to co-teach the college’s Negotiation and Mediation Advocacy course, he became flushed with emotion. Christian realized that very moment marked a full-circle journey, one that began eight […]

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College

Promoting Better Cybersecurity: An Analysis of the Ohio Data Protection Act
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The Moritz College of Law’s Program on Data and Governance, in collaboration with the Cleveland-Marshall University Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection, published a White Paper that provides the first comprehensive analysis of Ohio’s innovative Data Protection Act.

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Media

He Committed a $300 Million Fraud, but Left Prison Under Trump’s Justice Overhaul
Douglas Berman

“It makes so much sense to ship the elderly out,” Berman said. “They are so low-risk and such high-cost that we should just get them home.”

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