Aaron Ford, the Nevada Attorney General and Moritz alumnus (2001), helped pass bills in his state that help the victims of domestic violence. Assembly Bill 60 was signed into law on Monday by Nevada governor Steve Sisolak and was sponsored by Ford.
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.
Three generations of the Lewis family have called Moritz home. A staple in the Columbus community, the Lewis’ are thankful for the opportunities that Moritz has provided them through the years.
Ayesha Cotton became a Moritz alum May 10 and will begin working at the LeBron James I Promise School in the fall, putting her in a position to make a difference in the lives of young people.
Once a rifleman in the United States Marine Corp., Daniel Briggs recently graduated from Moritz and is preparing for the next step in his life with a new job and a baby girl on the way.
A pair of Moritz alums, Tim Bainbridge and Brian Miller, were honored with awards from the Ohio Association of Justice on April 9.
When Kwame Christian 13’ walked through the doors of Drinko Hall last year to co-teach the college’s Negotiation and Mediation Advocacy course, he became flushed with emotion. Christian realized that very moment marked a full-circle journey, one that began eight […]
Moritz alum Michael Segal is combining his love for law and sports into a new scholarship to students with both athletic and legal aspirations.
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.
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.
Throughout her career, Judge Marie Hoover ’94 has shown there isn’t much she can’t conquer, whether that’s being the first woman elected to the Fourth District Court of Appeals, or working to find ways to improve the effectiveness of the legal system.
The National Council provides the law school with constructive advice on programs and plans; recognizes the accomplishments of graduates through awards and other methods; and members serve as ambassadors for the college.