Briefing Room


Democratic legitimacy is on the line in Georgia

Professor Ned Foley’s article, Democratic legitimacy is on the line in Georgia, was recently featured in the opinion section of The Washington Post. “The Georgia race is close enough that the democratic legitimacy of the outcome depends on how ballots that […]

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Events

Congressional Conversations Series featuring U.S. Representative Joyce Beatty
joyce beatty

Representative Joyce Beatty will be speaking in Page Hall (1810 College Rd N, Columbus, OH 43210) on Tuesday, November 19, from 12:15 p.m. This Congressional Conversations event is a joint initiative of the Moritz College of Law and the John Glenn College of Public Affairs.

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OSLJ Symposium: Facing Opioids: Drug Enforcement and Health Policy in Today’s Epidemic

Register online today On Friday, October 19th, the Ohio State Law Journal will be hosting its annual all-day symposium at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.  This year’s symposium is titled, Facing Opioids: Drug Enforcement and Health Policy in Today’s […]

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Students

Chance encounter with alumnus set 2L on the path toward a legal education
Jesus Quintanilla

An internship at the El Paso City Attorney’s Office inspired 2L Jesus Quintanilla to go to law school.

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Ohio State Bar Association awards Ohio law students with real property scholarships

The Ohio State Bar Association’s (OSBA) Real Property Law Section Council, chaired by John (Jack) Waldeck, Jr. awarded its annual law student scholarship to five Ohio law school students this week. The applicants were each presented with a $2,500 academic scholarship at […]

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Faculty

Professor Nancy Hardin Rogers Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Academy of Mediators

On Friday, October 5, Nancy Hardin Rogers, Professor Emeritus and Director of the Program on Law and Leadership was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Academy of Mediators (IAM). The IAM Lifetime Achievement Award is granted to a person who […]

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Professor Kimberly Jordan wins Noel E. Kaech Juvenile Defender Award
Kim Jordan

Professor Kimberly Jordan, Associate Clinical Professor of Law, was honored for her contributions to juvenile defense at the 14th Annual Juvenile Defender Leadership Summit in May, where she received the Noel E. Kaech Juvenile Defender Award.

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Alumni

Alumnus shares journey from the National Guard to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Jonathan Morris

Jonathan Morris ’14 joined the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as associate counsel in 2016. Earlier this year, he became an appellate litigation attorney in the Office of General Counsel.

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Alumnus uses free legal clinics to reach some of Chicago’s neediest students
Timothy Myers

Timothy Myers ‘14, legal director of the Chicago Law & Education Foundation, rotates his office throughout eight high schools across the city’s west and south sides. His free legal clinics are meant to empower and educate some of Chicago’s most underserved students and their families.

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College

Apply to become a Sesquicentennial Scholar

In the 2019-20 academic year, Ohio State will celebrate its 150th anniversary, known as its sesquicentennial. In honor of this anniversary, the university will select 150 students to participate in the Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program. Selected students will receive […]

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Media

Democratic legitimacy is on the line in Georgia

Professor Ned Foley’s article, Democratic legitimacy is on the line in Georgia, was recently featured in the opinion section of The Washington Post. “The Georgia race is close enough that the democratic legitimacy of the outcome depends on how ballots that […]

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