Incoming 1L Carrie Mayer has been named a 2019 Pat Tillman Scholar. Mayer is one of 60 scholars from around the country to be selected for the award, named after former United States Army Ranger and NFL star Pat Tillman.
Mayer earned a bachelor’s degree at George Washington University and was commissioned as an officer in the United States Army through ROTC. Mayer was deployed in Haiti, Iraq and Afghanistan and after seven years of active duty, transferred to the reserves and moved her family to Zambia. She plans to use her law degree to serve the most vulnerable members of her local community.
Ohio State awarded 150 sesquicentennial scholarships to students across the university for the 2019-20 academic year. Two Moritz College of Law students, 2L Hallie Israel and 1L LeRoy Ricksy, are among the honorees. Scholars receive $2,500 for the first year […]
Meet Sara Sams, the EIC Elect of the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution. “We are taking a lot of looks at ways in which we can work smarter, not harder, in terms of both 3Ls and 2Ls. I am excited to get a team together to make the most efficient use of our time, because all law students are very busy.”
Meet Ralah Sanadiki, the newly elected EIC of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law. “I genuinely enjoy blue-booking and editing and writing, generally. That is why I have come to this position and why I am passionate about it.”
The all-time assists leader at Florida Gulf Coast University, 2L DyTiesha Dunson is preparing for her life after basketball at Moritz with an interest in tax law.
“I want to develop that sense of community that we talked about. This is a group of colleagues who are working together to produce an academic product, but also a group of friends who enjoy being around each other and work well together.”
Abrori Charliene, who hails from Jakarta, Indonesia, is studying international law and alternative dispute resolution.
Meet Emily Douglass, who was recently elected the editor-in-chief of the Ohio State Technology Law Journal.
Abby Chin ’18 was named the Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) Joseph T. McLaughlin Original Student Article Award winner for her article, “Streamlining Doping Disputes at the Olympics: World Sports Organizations, Positive Drug Tests, & Consistent Repercussions,” published in the […]
Jack Rozema’s path to law school at The Ohio State University was anything but ordinary. Now a 2L at The Moritz College of Law, he is applying his unique experiences as an undergrad athlete and Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadet to the classrooms in Drinko Hall.
Meet Kaela King, the Ohio State Law Journal Editor-in-Chief elect. King was elected as EIC on February 7 and discusses her plans for the journal, herself and more.
The pressures experienced by those in the legal community can be overwhelming. With a devoted yoga practice and a budding career in hospital administration, 2L Rhianna Wardian continues to find ways to cope with the everyday stressors of law school while helping others find a little serenity of their own.