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Professor David Stebenne publishes article in History News Network

Professor David Stebenne, who recently published his book, “Promised Land: How the Rise of the Middle Class Transformed America, 1929-1968,” was recently featured with an article on the History News Network, a George Washington University publication. In his article titled “Re-stabilizing […]

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Events

Professor Amna Akbar to contribute to “Beyond Reform: Re-envisioning the Role of Police” webinar

Professor Amna Akbar, an expert on race and inequality, is set to be a featured speaker in the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School webinar titled, “Beyond Reform: Re-envisioning the Role of Police.” The webinar is set to take place […]

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Register for Discussions from Drinko Hall

Together we are facing unfamiliar disruptions and tackling new challenges in our daily lives. However, these current situations bring opportunities for growth and development. In response to these unprecedented times, the Moritz College of Law is excited to launch Discussions […]

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Students

Moritz student Arianne Thomas selected as student fellow for Immigration Summer Legal Corps

Moritz student Arianne Thomas has been selected as one of 20 Student Fellows for the Equal Justice Works Immigration Summer Legal Corps. Thomas was selected from a pool of 375 applicants and will assist attorneys and paralegals at her host organization, Advocates […]

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Meet Meg Burrell, New Editor-in-Chief of the Ohio State Law Journal

 Hometown: Bluffton, Ohio Legal interests: Litigation Education: Bowling Green State University, Political Science (Bachelor’s Degree) Why the initial interest in political science in undergrad? I always loved reading and writing and research, so I originally thought about being a teacher, […]

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Faculty

Associate Professor Ari Glogower set to have article published in NYU Law Review
Ari Glogower

Associate Professor Ari Glogower’s recent article on SSRN titled, “Progressive Tax Procedure” is set to be published in the New York University Law Review in 2021. The article is co-written by Joshua Blank at UC-Irvine and suggests tax procedures for […]

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Associate Professors Micah Berman and Patricia Zettler publish op-ed in Ohio Journal of Public Health

Associate Professors Micah Berman and Patricia Zettler, alongside the OSU-James Comprehensive Cancer Center, recently published an op-ed in the Ohio Journal of Public Health titled, “Law and Ethics During a Public Health Crisis.” “In our view, effectively advocating for public […]

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Alumni

Moritz alumni Naomi Hazan Maletz (’04) and Kerstin Sjoberg (’03) named to Ohio State Bar Foundation’s 2020 Fellows Class

Two members of the Moritz alumni community were recently named to the Ohio State Bar Foundation’s 2020 Fellows Class. Moritz alums Naomi Hazan Maletz (’04) and Kerstin Sjoberg (’03) were both named to the class on June 24, 2020. The Ohio […]

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Moritz alum Kwame Christian featured in Forbes article discussing racism in the workplace

Moritz alumnus Kwame Christian was recently featured in a Forbes.com article titled, “Discussing Racism In The Workplace: Using Positive And Persistent Pressure To Enable Honest Dialogue.” Christian, whose book “Nobody Will Play with Me: Using Compassionate Curiosity to Find Confidence […]

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College

National Council continues to evolve on cusp of 60th anniversary

By: James Grega “Students first, always first,” has been the mantra of Dean Lincoln Davies since his arrival at Moritz in July of 2019. As his first year of leadership at Moritz comes to a close, that mantra is already […]

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Media

Professor Edward Foley cited in New York Times column concerning upcoming election
Edward Foley

Professor Edward Foley, an expert in election law, was recently cited in a New York Times column titled, “Vote Counts Change. Please Don’t Panic.” “Most people forget this, but Missouri in 2008 was not called for a couple of weeks,” […]

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