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.
Phung (Phoebe) Lang, one of Moritz’s first LLM students from Vietnam, is studying corporate law and arbitration.
An internship at the El Paso City Attorney’s Office inspired 2L Jesus Quintanilla to go to law school.
The Ohio State Bar Association’s (OSBA) Real Property Law Section Council, chaired by John (Jack) Waldeck, Jr. awarded its annual law student scholarship to five Ohio law school students this week. The applicants were each presented with a $2,500 academic scholarship at […]
Despite her passion for journalism, 2L Lindsey Woods found herself sitting at her desk at the Chicago Tribune one day yearning for a more challenging and fulfilling career path. Woods earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Columbia College in […]
For as long as Hal Baker ’17 can remember, he’s dreamed of becoming a trial attorney. Now, Baker is on his way to pursuing a career in litigation. He graduated a semester early to pursue several career-shaping opportunities, which he lined up to start after passing the bar.
Rising 2L Jasmine Lambert enrolled at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law with aspirations of becoming a judge in criminal court one day, a honor she doesn’t take lightly.
“It all just sort of clicked for me, that healthcare was an environment that I enjoyed and that studying the law and developing that skill set would be something that I valued and would be good at,” said rising 3L Cameron Wright.
“I think the Moot Court program at Moritz is unique in the number of ways they try to create community and help people feel supported,” 3L Lydia Bolander Reback said of her experience. “One of the biggest things Moot Court did was help me build confidence in my abilities.”
After conducting HIV/AIDS research for the Ragon Institute of Massachusetts General Hospital, MIT, and Harvard University, 2L Dhohyung Kim hopes earning a JD will allow him to work toward improving equal access to affordable medication worldwide.
The unique paths that led her fellow classmates to law school are what motivates 2L Lyndsey Andray as a student leader at Moritz and in her studies in national security law.