Briefing Room


Supreme Court Year in Review

July 1 | Noon to 1:30 p.m. EST Virtual Webinar This course has been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for one and a half (1.5) total CLE hour instruction. Register Discussions from Drinko Hall […]

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David H. Bodiker Lecture on Criminal Justice

Thursday, April 15 12:10–1:10 p.m. EST Register Please join us on Thursday, April 15 for the 11th Annual Bodiker Lecture on Criminal Justice. This year’s lecture features Deborah Archer, Professor of Law at New York University. Professor Archer will present on Jim […]

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Meet Eliza Van Ness, Editor-In-Chief of the Ohio State Technology Law Journal

Hometown: Alexandria, Ohio Legal Interests: Environmental Law Education: Bachelor’s, Philosophy (Denison University) Was law school always on your radar? Since I was a teenager. I grew up living and working on farms. I had the opportunity to work on farms with migrant laborers. […]

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Meet Tim Lanzendorfer, Editor-In-Chief of the Ohio State Law Journal

Hometown: Hudson, Ohio Legal Interests: Litigation Education: Bachelor’s, John Glenn College of Public Affairs (The Ohio State University) You took some time to work in between your undergraduate degree and law school. What kind of work were you doing during […]

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Professor Marc Spindelman’s latest paper featured on
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Professor Marc Spindelman’s latest paper, “Justice Gorsuch’s Choice: From Bostock to Dobbs (What a Blockbuster LGBT Rights Ruling Might Mean for the Future of Abortion Rights),” was recently published on  “This brief commentary–adapted from a forthcoming essay in ConLawNOW–engages […]

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Professor Marc Spindelman publishes “Bostock’s Paradox: Textualism, Legal Justice, and the Constitution” in Buffalo Law Review
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Professor Marc Spindelman recently published a paper in the Buffalo Law Review titled, “Bostock’s Paradox: Textualism, Legal Justice, and the Constitution.” “The Supreme Court’s opinion in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia—recognizing that anti-gay and anti-trans discrimination are forms of sex […]

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Blake Haxton, ’16, wins silver medal in sprint canoe debut at Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

A 2016 graduate from the Moritz College of Law, Blake Haxton is now officially a Paralympic medal winner. Competing in sprint canoe at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics, Haxton took home the silver medal in the men’s va’a single 200-meter VL2 […]

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Blake Haxton, ’16, competing for Team USA in Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

A 2016 graduate from Moritz, Blake Haxton is competing for Team USA in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Haxton’s story was recently featured by NBC4 in Columbus. He is the only member of Team USA to compete in multiple events […]

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Hooding 2021 reunites Moritz community, gives graduates moment in the sun

For the first time in more than a year, the Moritz College of Law came together as a community to celebrate the accomplishments of its outgoing class. After months of virtual learning and historical moments across the country, the Class of 2021 quite literally got their day in the sun.

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Professor Ruth Colker quoted in Wisconsin State Journal article discussing online teaching availability for educators with disabilities
Ruth Colker

An expert in the area of disability law, Professor Ruth Colker was recently quoted in an article by the Wisconsin State Journal titled, “Edgewood College denies online teaching request for professor on autism spectrum.” “On the Edge News, the college’s […]

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