For 3L Christopher Hawthorne, law is a family affair. His father, uncle, aunt, and grandfather are all attorneys. They were instrumental in encouraging him to earn a J.D. so that he could pursue his dreams of managing and representing artists in the music industry.
Growing up, it was clear to 3L Jedidiah Bressman that he wanted a career in law. After attending the University of Toledo his 1L year, Bressman decided to transfer to Ohio State, following in his father’s footsteps and fulfilling his dream to be a Buckeye.
The Moritz Evidence Moot Court team brought home the first place trophy from the Dean Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Moot Court Competition.
The Moritz College of Law Federalist Society Student Chapter was awarded the 2016-2017 James Madison Award for Student Chapter of the Year at The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies’ national student symposium earlier this month.
After two years of tireless and dedicated work, the Justice for Children Clinic has learned that one of its clients was granted asylum—a remarkable triumph. The clinic’s efforts on the case were led by a team of students under the guidance of Professor Kimberly Jordan.
Like many, having the opportunity to help and make an impact on people’s lives is what initially drove 3L Neil Scott to become a lawyer, but his drive has also grown to include a passion for helping his fellow law students.
Congratulations to the Moritz College of Law moot court teams who recently competed at two of the top moot court competitions in the country – the National Moot Court Competition in New York City and the Andrews Kurth Kenyon Moot Court Championships in Houston.
Taking private classes with a world renowned philosopher is something many students can only dream of. For 3L Aryeh Younger that dream became reality when he spent the spring semester studying in England as part of the Oxford Study Abroad Semester Program.
2L Abby Chin credits her extensive training in the pool in the years leading up to competing in the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials for giving her the tools necessary to succeed in law school.
Pursuing a career in law after studying neuroscience during her undergraduate studies may not be a path well-traveled, but it was always in the back of 2L Mary Csarny’s mind. She had the chance to put her scientific background to use this summer through an externship at the FDA in D.C.
For 2L Javier Lopez, an externship in the capital city helped lay the groundwork for his remaining years in law school and a successful career after graduation. The Washington, D.C., Summer Program, places students like Lopez in substantive externships alongside a quality academic program.
1L Amy Riedel has always felt a strong commitment to community and service. Her time in the Navy and her volunteer work led her to pursue a J.D. in hopes of making a difference in multi-planetary exploration and resource cultivation as the world looks toward the future.