An expert in bankruptcy and lending, Professor Creola Johnson presented her testimony on payday lenders to the Financial Services Committee on February 5. Johnson, the first to publish a law review article, Payday Loans: Shrewd Business or Predatory Lending?, about the payday lending industry, […]
After several months of construction, the Saxbe Auditorium renovation is complete. Join us on Friday, November 22 for its grand reopening at 3 p.m. To celebrate this historic moment for the college, Erin Moriarty ’77 will host a Q& A […]
Twenty-five years ago, the launch of Netscape Navigator marked the start of the mainstream, commercial Internet age and created a new field of study known as cyber law. Since then, the internet has exceeded all expectations, both good and bad. […]
Moritz College of Law 3L Allyson Fleming had less than 72 hours to be briefed on a case, conduct interviews, plan and present her case to a panel of judges.
By the end of the weekend, Fleming came back to Columbus a winner of The Closer National Transactional Law Competition at Baylor University (The Closer), which features some of the top moot court law students in the country.
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law 3L Mark Widerschein was recently named the recipient of the 2019 K. William Kolbe Writing Competition, awarded by the ABA Infrastructure and Regulated Industries Section. His winning submission, “Flowing Water, Flowing Costs: Assessing FERC’s Authority […]
The Ohio Attorney General Facial Recognition Task Force, which features Moritz College of Law professors Dennis Hirsch and Terri Enns, released its latest report and recommendations on Jan. 26. Hirsch’s section (co-written with Brian Ray of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law) recommends that […]
Professor Efthimios Parasidis was recently selected for a Silvers Grant for Works in Progress by the The Robert B. Silvers Foundation. The The Robert B. Silvers Foundation “is a charitable trust established by a bequest of the late Robert B. Silvers, a founding editor of The New York Review of Books, with the aim of supporting writers working in the fields
World renowned journalist and Moritz alum Erin Moriarty (’77) was recently profiled by Oprah Magazine as part of its Dream Jobs series. A lawyer-turned-journalist, Moriarty discussed her transition from litigation to journalism, the rise of true-crime stories in the mainstream […]
Moritz alumnus and longtime Ohio State University diversity advocate Robert Solomon (’88) has been named the vice president for inclusion, diversity and equal opportunity at Case Western Reserve University, the school announced Jan. 17. “Rob brings deep experience and a profoundly […]
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law has announced the renaming of the Career Services Office to the Career Development Office effective immediately. The change reflects the office’s continuing efforts to improve students’ professional skills while they are enrolled […]
Professor Patricia Zettler, an expert on tobacco law and policy, recently discussed her new article on FDA warning labels with Nicole Rasul of WOSU. “The gist of our argument is that the images are really factual,” Zettler said. “They’re not […]