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 […]
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.
Professor Peter Shane confirmed June 21 that he has been elected to the American Constitution Society Board of Directors.
The ACS is “the nation’s leading progressive legal organization, with over 200 student and lawyer chapters in almost every state and on most law school campuses. ACS was founded on the principle that the law should be a force to improve the lives of all people.”
Dean Alan Michaels announced Thursday that both Christopher J. Walker and Katherine Silver Kelly were promoted to Professor of Law and Clinical Professor of Law respectively, effective May 30, 2019. Walker, who joined the Moritz faculty in 2013, was promoted from his previous title of Associate Professor of Law (with tenure).
“Data scandals are occurring on a regular basis, with no end in sight,” said Efthimios Parasidis, a co-author of the New England Journal of Medicine article and a professor at The Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law and College of Public Health.
Over the last year, keen insights from legal scholars like Assistant Professor Ari Glogower helped explain the intricacies of the tax law and how it ultimately affects individuals and corporations alike. Beyond his works on the recent tax legislation, Glogower is at work on a series of papers about wealth and wealth inequality as well.
“It’s not entirely the executive branch (Trump) trying to usurp the powers of Congress,” Shane said. “It’s also a matter of Congress sitting on its hands.”
Akbar’s research into the Movement for Black Lives has been published in the Journal of Legal Education and most recently the New York University Law Review last June.
Assistant Professor of Law Dakota Rudesill, a leading expert on national security law and policy, is the recipient of the 2019 Sidney D. Drell Academic Achievement Award from the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA).
Read the full ABA Announcement Professor Joseph B. (“Josh”) Stulberg, the Michael E. Moritz Chair in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, is the 2019 recipient of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s […]
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 […]
When Professor Peter Shane, Jacob E. Davis and Jacob E. Davis II Chair in Law, was called upon by Democrats to testify at Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing to the U.S. Supreme Court, the hearings were set to begin in just 12 days. Shane had even less time to prepare his testimony: His remarks were due two days in advance, and of course, he still had to teach.