This year’s lecture will feature James Forman Jr., professor of law at Yale Law School and best-selling author of the critically acclaimed book, Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America.
As head of cybercrimes for the Columbus office, Jessica Kim ’11, an Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio, witnesses firsthand how technology is rapidly altering the way crimes are investigated and prosecuted.
It is an exciting time to be Professor Douglas A. Berman. He has written passionately about criminal justice reform for over a decade and the issue has finally made its way on to the agenda of both major political parties. […]
Kathryn Sandretto ’05 knows what it feels like to be hated. As a prosecutor in Lucas County who has devoted the last few years to putting abusers behind bars, she has felt the wrath of both the abusers – and the family members who have suffered at their hands.
The Federalist Society will host a debate on marijuana law and policy as it relates to drugged driving on Wednesday, Oct. 7, at 12:10 p.m. in Saxbe Auditorium. Participating in the event will be Paul Larkin of the Heritage Foundation and Professor Doug Berman.
On Oct. 2, at noon in Saxbe Auditorium the Moritz College of Law will host a Wrongful Conviction Day panel event featuring Emmy Award winning correspondent, Erin Moriarity ‘77, CBS News; Joanna Feigenbaum, Ohio Public Defender Wrongful Conviction Project; Jennifer Bergeron, Ohio Innocence […]
This year’s David H. Bodiker Lecture on Criminal Justice on Oct. 6 will feature Stephen B. Bright, president and senior counsel at the Southern Center for Human Rights. His talk is entitled: “Rigged: When Race and Poverty Determine Outcomes in the Criminal Courts.”
Professor Doug Berman co-authored an op-ed for the Minneapolis Star Tribune on the precedent for President Obama’s categorical reduction of sentences.
3L Zach Neumann was named Best Advocate at the 2015 Herbert Wechsler National Criminal Moot Court Competition on March 28.
Get a glimpse inside the walls of the nation’s juvenile detention centers through the lens of photographer Richard Ross in Juvenile in Justice and Girls in Justice, on display in the Moritz law library April 8-10.
On Monday, March 30, at noon in Saxbe Auditorium a panel of distinguished legal experts will engage in a roundtable discussion on immigration detention.
Human trafficking isn’t something that happens only in third world countries. It affects every city and state across the U.S. The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and School of Music have come together to bring recognition to the issue during the second annual awareness week.