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.
The Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law is excited to announce the return of its online supplement, Amici Briefs. Amici Briefs is the Journal’s online supplement to the biannual print edition. Amici Briefs features shorter-length articles on a range of […]
We are deans of a diverse range of law schools across the country. We do not use our positions to advance our individual views. But we do have an obligation to support the rule of law and preserve the integrity […]
Dear fellow Moritzers, Yesterday, as a nation, we witnessed a tragedy and disgrace—the breaching of the U.S. Capitol by a lawless mob committed to do violence, not just violence to people, property, and physical structures but violence to our republic […]
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law seeks lateral candidates from the junior to the senior rank in the area of Alternative Dispute Resolution, broadly understood.
The Moritz College of Law posted a 92 percent Bar exam passage rate for overall exam takers. The 92 percent passage rate posted by Moritz graduates was 7 percent higher than the state average of 85 percent.
As you have seen, the state’s public health advisory system today designated Franklin County “purple,” indicating “severe” coronavirus transmission in our midst. Likewise, President Johnson this evening has indicated prompt changes to university operations, to protect the health and safety of our community.
Associate Professor Dakota Rudesill is a co-organizer and co-editor of The Good Governance Papers, a series of timely essays now being published at Just Security addressing norms of good government, ethics, and the rule of law which have been violated in recent years. […]
“A common misconception about the First Amendment is that it protects speech in any place,” says Roser-Jones. “It doesn’t. And that means a private employer is not prohibited from making rules or setting regulations about what is or isn’t appropriate for work discussions.” Professor Roser-Jones offers suggestions on how employees can handle political discussions at work during and after the election.
Please join us on Wednesday, October 21 at 12:10 p.m. (Eastern Time ) for the 10th Annual Bodiker Lecture on Criminal Justice, featuring Aya Gruber, Professor of Law at the University of Colorado. Register Today!
Last summer, Lincoln L. Davies became the 20th dean of the Michael E. Moritz College of Law. Dean Davies comes to the college following 12 years of service at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, where he was […]
From the desk of Dean Lincoln Davies Dear Moritz community, As we conclude our first week of classes, I would like to take a moment to pause and welcome you to the 2020-21 academic year at the Moritz College of […]