Dear Class of 2021, I write with exciting news about graduation. For the Class of 2021, we will be holding an in-person, outdoor graduation ceremony on The Oval on Friday, May 14. Everyone at the College of Law looks forward […]
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 […]
Thursday, April 22 Noon to 1 p.m. EST Register This course has been submitted to the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for one (1.0) total CLE hour instruction. About the Lecture Climate change is reshaping our […]
Moritz students Rachel Gurley, Hannah Wirt and James Reising recently captured First Place in the 2021 Brooklyn Law Prince Competition. The trio competed virtually, edging out the Second Place team from the University of Georgia School of Law. In addition to […]
Moritz 1L Sarah Warner was recently named a Representative of the League of Women Voters of the United States at the United Nations Commission on The Status of Women.
Professor Spindelman’s work in June Medical, published in the G’town Law Journal Online, was recently cited in the Sixth Circuit Federal Court decision Preterm-Cleveland v. McCloud. The citation came in both judge Moore’s dissent (p. 58) and in Judge Donald’s dissent (p.92 […]
An expert in the area of health law, Associate Professor Patricia Zettler was recently quoted in an article by the MIT Technology Review titled, “First he held a superspreader event. Then he recommended fake cures.” “Being a health-care professional is […]
Moritz alum Sachiyo Peterson (’10) was recently named to Columbus Business First 40 under 40 list for 2021. Peterson has spent the better part of 10 years at Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP in Columbus, where she was named a […]
Raised to always believe they would graduate from college, sisters Sophia, Sylvia and Starling Tolliver responded by exceeding expectations. Together, they hold nine Ohio State degrees, abundant appreciation for the Young Scholars Program and a steadfast commitment to their communities.
To our Moritz Community, We were deeply saddened and troubled to learn of the shootings in Atlanta, Georgia this week. Hate-driven attacks against Asian and Asian-American people have drastically increased over the past year. We are angry, outraged, and heartbroken […]
An expert in the area of arbitration and alternative despite resolution, Professor Sarah Cole was recently quoted in an article by Bloomberg Law titled, “Court Fights Surge Over Arbitration Carveout for Workers.” “The Supreme Court is going to have to […]