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Moritz 2L Pearle Lipinski receives IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship

Moritz 2L and dual-degree student Pearle Lipinski has received the IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship. The fellowship is geared towards increasing female participation in nuclear science, and provides scholarships to 100 graduate students studying nuclear-related subjects. Lipinski is the first dual-degree nuclear engineering/law […]

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2L Tyler Bridge featured by Ohio State Bar Association after 2020 clerkship

Current Moritz student Tyler Bridges spent time in 2020 as a Rural Practice Clerk in the Perry County Municipal Court with Judge Dean Wilson. He was featured in an article by the Ohio State Bar Association detailing his experience. “My hope […]

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Students Matthew Kline, Youngjo Lee named finalists for inaugural Environmental Justice Writing Competition

Moritz students Matthew Kline and Youngjo Lee were recently named finalists for the inaugural Environmental Justice Writing Competition. Kline, a 3L, is originally from Orrville, Ohio. He grew up in a rural setting before graduating from Miami University (OH) in the […]

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2Ls Caroline Carroll, Anna Bulkowski earn Foreign Language and Area Studies fellowships

Moritz 2Ls Caroline Carroll and Anna Bulkowski were recently selected as Foreign Language and Area Studies fellows for the 2020-21 academic year. Academic year FLAS Fellowships are awarded to undergraduate, graduate, or professional students who are enrolled in a course of […]

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Moritz 3L Brittney Welch earns third place in California Supreme Court Historical Society law writing competition

Moritz 3L Brittney Welch recently won third place in the California Supreme Court Historical Society’s Selma Moidel Smith Law Student Writing Competition. Her submission, “Stop! Turn the Car Around Right Now for Federalism’s Sake! The One National Program Rule and How […]

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Meet Meg Burrell, New Editor-in-Chief of the Ohio State Law Journal

 Hometown: Bluffton, Ohio Legal interests: Litigation Education: Bowling Green State University, Political Science (Bachelor’s Degree) Why the initial interest in political science in undergrad? I always loved reading and writing and research, so I originally thought about being a teacher, […]

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Moritz student Arianne Thomas selected as student fellow for Immigration Summer Legal Corps

Moritz student Arianne Thomas has been selected as one of 20 Student Fellows for the Equal Justice Works Immigration Summer Legal Corps. Thomas was selected from a pool of 375 applicants and will assist attorneys and paralegals at her host organization, Advocates […]

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Meet Mayu Nakano, New Editor-in-Chief of Ohio State Business Law Journal

Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio Legal Interest: Transactional Law Education: Miami University, English Language and Literature (Bachelor’s Degree) What sparked your initial interest in attending law school? Like a lot of people, I came to law school because I wanted to help […]

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Meet Chase Dean, New Editor-in-Chief for Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution

Hometown: Riverside, California Legal Interests: Labor and Unemployment Education: California Polytech, Political Science (Bachelor’s Degree) When did you decide law school might be an option? I decided on law school at the end of my junior year of undergrad. It […]

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Meet Amy Pratt, New Editor-in-Chief for Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law

Hometown: Hilliard, Ohio Legal Interests: Public defense Education: West Virginia University, Journalism, (Bachelor’s Degree) Was law school initially on your radar? It was not at all on my radar. It was a surprise to me. My freshman year of undergrad […]

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Meet Courtney Pyatt, New Editor-in-Chief for the Ohio State Technology Law Journal

Hometown: Fayetteville, WV Legal Interest: Small Business and Entrepreneurship Education: West Virginia University, Economics (Bachelor’s Degree) Was law school always on your radar? Law school was always on my radar. I used to always watch the TV show Cops with […]

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Ohio law students asking Supreme Court to grant license without bar exam amid coronavirus pandemic

Moritz student and president of the Student Bar Association, Renée Eid, was recently quoted in an article by The Columbus Dispatch concerning the 2020 bar exam and the uncertainties that surround it amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Along with students from other […]

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