Associate Professor Micah Berman was recently cited in an article by the Ohio Capital Journal titled, “Ohio bill targeting health dept. authority may be unconstitutional, Statehouse researchers say.” “The Ohio General Assembly has the power to completely rewrite this section […]
This 3-part virtual series is designed to cultivate and advance a holistic understanding of the business of law, with the goal of helping lawyers and law students thrive in law practice for the long term. Panelists will share lessons and […]
Now that the people have voted, the country has entered the transition phase – the two months after election day and before the new Congress is sworn in (Jan. 3) and presidential inauguration day (Jan. 20). Four years after a […]
Moritz students Ashtar Abboud and Ghofran Miari recently place second in the KMK Law Competition in Cincinnati. This year’s competition was held virtually and was comprised of 17 teams from seven different law schools.
Moritz 2L and dual-degree student Pearle Lipinski has received the IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship. The fellowship is geared towards increasing female participation in nuclear science, and provides scholarships to 100 graduate students studying nuclear-related subjects. Lipinski is the first dual-degree nuclear engineering/law […]
An expert in the area of tax law and policy, Associate Professor Ari Glogower recently co-authored an article published by the Roosevelt Institute titled, “Why a Federal Wealth Tax is Constitutional.”
Executive Director of the Drug Enforcement and Policy Center at The Ohio State University, Professor Doug Berman was recently featured in a Q/A with the Charles Koch Foundation which partners with social entrepreneurs to drive societal progress through academic research and innovations that […]
A 2001 graduate from Moritz, Tiiara N.A. Patton was recently appointed as a Bankruptcy Judge in Youngstown, Ohio by the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Judge Patton joined the court in August after serving as a trial attorney […]
As a donor, Dane is part of a special tradition. Her generosity enriches the college’s legacy by helping to illuminate a career path of possibilities for exceptional students to pursue their dreams. Dane’s fondness for wanting to help students began when she was a law student at Ohio State.
On January 27, 2021, Project founders Nancy Rogers and Josh Stulberg, Project deputy director William Froehlich, and Project steering committee chair and inaugural director Grande Lum received awards from the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) as part of CPR’s Annual Meeting.
Professor Kim Jordan, who specializes in the law areas of child abuse and neglect, was recently quoted in an article by The New York Times titled, “A Gymnastics Coach Was Charged With Human Trafficking. What Does That Mean?” Definitions of […]