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COVID-19

Edward Foley

Professor Edward Foley quoted in article by The Atlantic concerning ‘Blue Shift’

Professor Edward Foley was recently quoted in an article by The Atlantic titled, “The ‘Blue Shift’ Will Decide the Election.” “You don’t need to worry about Russia,” Foley said. “Simply anxiety over a blue shift and willingness to litigate about […]

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2020 Ohio Bar Exam set to be administered remotely from Oct. 5-6

The Ohio Supreme Court announced today that the 2020 bar exam will be conducted remotely on Oct. 5-6. According to a report from WOSU, “applicants for the September exam will be automatically rolled over to the October exam, the court […]

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Professor David Stebenne publishes article in History News Network

Professor David Stebenne, who recently published his book, “Promised Land: How the Rise of the Middle Class Transformed America, 1929-1968,” was recently featured with an article on the History News Network, a George Washington University publication. In his article titled “Re-stabilizing […]

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Associate Professors Micah Berman and Patricia Zettler publish op-ed in Ohio Journal of Public Health

Associate Professors Micah Berman and Patricia Zettler, alongside the OSU-James Comprehensive Cancer Center, recently published an op-ed in the Ohio Journal of Public Health titled, “Law and Ethics During a Public Health Crisis.” “In our view, effectively advocating for public […]

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Efthimios Parasidis

Professor Efthimios Parasidis featured on 10TV discussing legal questions concerning COVID-19 masks

Professor Efthimios Parasidis was recently interviewed by 10TV in Columbus to discuss the legal questions concerning COVID-19 masks. When asked whether or not mask mandates violate the constitutional rights of citizens, Parasidis compared mask mandates to that of non-smoking laws in […]

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Associate Professor Patricia Zettler featured in Ohio State Insights discussion on COVID-19 testing

Formerly the Associate Chief Counsel of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Associate Professor Patricia Zettler is an expert in the area of health law. Zettler recently participated in a Q/A with Ohio State Insights to discuss COVID-19 antibody tests […]

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Associate Professor Patricia Zettler referenced in Bloomberg article concerning COVID-19 vaccines

Associate Professor Patricia Zettler was recently interviewed for a story in Bloomberg titled, “One Biohacker’s Improbable Bid to Make a DIY Covid-19 Vaccine.” The article surrounds a former NASA scientist who is attempting to create his own COVID-19 vaccine, and […]

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Associate Professor Patricia Zettler quoted in StatNews article concerning COVID-19 drugs

Associate Professor Patricia Zettler was recently quoted in an article by StatNews.com titled, “The coronavirus pandemic is reigniting a fierce debate over compounded drugs.” “I worry that in the rush to get patients access to needed drugs for COVID-19, we […]

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Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler quoted in Buzzfeed News article discussing COVID-19 treatments

Assistant Professor Patricia Zettler was recently quoted in a Buzzfeed News article titled, “Internal FDA Documents Show How Little Evidence The Agency Had Before Allowing Malaria Drugs To Be Used To Treat COVID-19.” “I think it’s fair to ask whether […]

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Edward Foley

Professor Ned Foley quoted in Roll Call article discussing 2020 election

Professor Ned Foley, an expert on election law, was recently interviewed by Roll Call for an article titled, “Old law could leave 2020 presidential race in stalemate.” The article address a 133-year-old law that could come into play amid the […]

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Professor Marc Spindelman publishes COVID-19 thoughts on Medium

Professor Marc Spindelman, who has a background in bioethics and public health ethics, amongst a variety of other areas, posted his thoughts, and the thoughts of his law students concerning COVID-19 on Medium. His post, “COVID-19 and Law: Mutual Aid, […]

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Ruth Colker

Professor Ruth Colker featured in New York Times article discussing caregivers and working from home

Professor Ruth Colker, an expert in disability law, was recently interviewed by The New York Times for an article titled, “For many caregivers and people with disabilities, working from home was never just a perk.” “I know some people are […]

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