Monthly Archives: January 2019

Ed Mendrzycki Essay Contest – February 15, 2019 Deadline

This contest encourages original and innovative research and writing in the area of legal malpractice law, professional liability insurance and loss prevention. The Ed Mendrzycki Essay Contest is conducted by the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Lawyers’ Professional Liability and the San Francisco law firm of Long & Levit LLP. The 2019 contest is administered and […]

Flat Light: Data Protection for the Disoriented, From Policy to Practice – Feb. 6

The worlds of data privacy, security and law have always had reference points – or ground truths – that, like physical features in a landscape, served as navigational features for practitioners and policymakers alike. As time has passed and the state of data protection has become more uncertain, these features have eroded. As reference points, […]

Grades Are Available. Now What? – January 31

Are you thrilled with your grades? If so, great! But, now what? Do you want to improve your grades? If so, great! But, now what? Prof. Arthur Greenbaum. Prof. Katrina Lee and Dean Kathy Northern will discuss tips for putting grades in perspective, establishing strategies for Spring 2019, and maintaining a healthy balance between school […]

A Few Thoughts on Grades

The sky is blue. Water is wet. Law students fret about grades. I remain powerless to change any of these things. However, I will continue in my ongoing efforts to provide perspective and grounding about law school grades. 1. Your grades do not define you. You’re the same person that you were before grades were […]


Are you thinking about an academically or intellectually centered road trip? Do you want to learn more about cryptocurrency? International courts? Victims’ rights? Legal malpractice? Immigration? Here is a list of more than 50 conferences that may be of interest to you. Two notes: Many conferences may be open to students, but some may have […]

Study Abroad & International Fellowship Meetings – Jan. 22 and Feb. 4

On January 22 and February 4, you can learn about Moritz’ short-term and semester study abroad opportunities. You can also learn about a summer and post-graduation international fellowship (for which funding is available). The deadline to apply is March 1, 2019! There will be two information sessions: Tuesday, January 22, at 12:10 p.m. in Room […]

Economic Nationalism and Trade Conference – Feb. 8, 2019

Join The Risk Institute, Moritz College of Law, Fisher College of Business and the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences as they examine — through an interdisciplinary lens — the legal, business and economic consequences of U.S. trade policy. Many of the issues raised in the current U.S. administration’s approach to international trade involve the […]

Office of Diversity & Inclusion Spring 2019 Graduate & Professional Student Convocation

The Ohio State University Office of Diversity and Inclusion cordially invites graduate and professional students to share in an evening of fellowship and networking with those in different fields of study across The Ohio State University and a chance to meet administrators, faculty and staff. This program is ODI’s official “Welcome Back” and is the […]

Moritz Representation in Mediation Competition – Jan. 23 Registration Deadline

The Moot Court Governing Board is excited to invite you to participate in the Moritz Representation in Mediation Competition! This competition has a unique and engaging format, and the prep work involved is minimal. Please read on for more information regarding this competition, and do not hesitate to contact Jessica Van Ranken with any questions at Overview This […]

American Red Cross Blood Drive

The American Red Cross is asking you to give blood and help save lives. The blood drive bus will be located on 12th Avenue in front of the College of Law on Friday, February 1 between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-RED CROSS or visit, sponsor code: buckeyes.