Briefing Room


JAMS Foundation supports Divided Community Project with $300,000 grant

The Divided Community Project (DCP) received a generous grant of $300,000 from the JAMS Foundation. The grant will allow DCP  to continue its efforts to expand mediation and training initiatives for communities across the United States. The project recently launched The Bridge […]

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Events

Distinguished Lecture on the State of Internet Law

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. […]

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Register for the 2019 NYC Alumni Cup Scholarship Golf Outing

Join New York City area alumni at Bethpage Red Golf Course on September 20 for fun and fellowship in supporting future Buckeyes. All golfers will receive a special Ohio State Alumni Association-branded gift box as part of registration. Prizes will […]

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Students

Moritz student Carrie Mayer named 2019 Tillman Scholar
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Incoming 1L Carrie Mayer has been named a 2019 Pat Tillman Scholar. Mayer is one of 60 scholars from around the country to be selected for the award, named after former United States Army Ranger and NFL star Pat Tillman. 

Mayer earned a bachelor’s degree at George Washington University and was commissioned as an officer in the United States Army through ROTC. Mayer was deployed in Haiti, Iraq and Afghanistan and after seven years of active duty, transferred to the reserves and moved her family to Zambia. She plans to use her law degree to serve the most vulnerable members of her local community. 

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Moritz Students chosen as Ohio State Sesquicentennial Scholars

Ohio State awarded 150 sesquicentennial scholarships to students across the university for the 2019-20 academic year. Two Moritz College of Law students, 2L Hallie Israel and 1L LeRoy Ricksy, are among the honorees. Scholars receive $2,500 for the first year […]

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Faculty

Ohio State awarded $3 million NSF grant for STEM traineeship program
Cinnamon Carlarne

Ohio State researchers received a $2.98 million National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) grant to develop and implement bold, transformative models for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) graduate education training. NSF’s NRT program funds effective training of STEM graduate students […]

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Professor John Quigley provides context to ongoing Palestinian conflict at UN Security Council
John Quigley

As one of the more experienced and knowledgeable people in the area of international law, it should come as no surprise that Professor John Quigley was recently invited to speak at the United Nations Security Council in New York on the continuing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.  

Quigley, who graduated from Harvard Law School in 1966, joined the faculty at Moritz in 1969 and said in preparing for such a speech, he wanted to present a side of the discussion that has not been offered.

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Alumni

2019 Alumni Award Recipients Announced
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The Moritz College of Law Alumni Society presents annual alumni awards in the areas of a distinguished alumna/us, outstanding recent alumna/us, judicial excellence, community service, and public service. This year’s recipients will be honored at a special ceremony during the Ohio State Homecoming Weekend.

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Yvette McGee Brown ’85 named to Savoy Magazine’s 2019 Most Influential Women in Corporate America list

Yvette McGee Brown ’85 has been named to Savoy Magazine’s 2019 Most Influential Women in Corporate America list. On January 1, 2011, she became the first African American female justice on the Ohio Supreme Court. McGee Brown was the founding president of […]

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College

JAMS Foundation supports Divided Community Project with $300,000 grant

The Divided Community Project (DCP) received a generous grant of $300,000 from the JAMS Foundation. The grant will allow DCP  to continue its efforts to expand mediation and training initiatives for communities across the United States. The project recently launched The Bridge […]

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Media

Can the President ask a foreign government to investigate a political rival?
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The impeachment inquiry launched after the President asked a foreign government to investigate a political rival. But can he justify it? What does history show? Watch Professor Edward B. Foley answer these questions on the October 12 airing of CNN’s […]

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