Interdisciplinary Talks

Through interdisciplinary talks on current hot topics, the program seeks to broaden the depth of discourse among academics, practitioners, policy-makers and students on a range of topics at the intersection of law, finance and governance.

Business and Law: an International Perspective

February 27, 2017
Location: Drinko 246

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Women in Business Law Series, with Ohio Department of Commerce Director

January 31, 2017
Location: Saxbe Auditorium

Jacqueline T. Williams, Director of the Ohio Department of Commerce, will discuss her role leading the state’s chief regulatory agency, and about the importance of diversity in leadership for business and in government and regulatory agencies. Please register. Jacqueline T. Williams was appointed Director of the Ohio Department of Commerce in April 2015 by Governor John […]

Entrepreneurs and Executives Series with Ikove Venture Partners

November 10, 2016
Location: Public Service Law Center

This event by registration only. The Law, Finance and Governance @ Ohio State program’s Entrepreneurs and Executives Series welcomes Ikove Venture partners, who will discuss the basics of startup law practice and management of early stage companies, including commercialization of early stage technologies originating in universities and other research institutions, business incubation and the startup […]

Lunch & Learn for Law Students: Tax Law Practice

November 4, 2016
Location: Public Service Law Center

Jordan Bleznick, Senior Vice President and Chief Tax Counsel, Icahn Associates, speaks with students and takes their questions about tax law practice. Moderator by Professor Ari Glogower. This event is a closed event.  

Corporate Practice Prep: Navigating Your Career in Corporate Legal Practice

October 4, 2016
Location: Saxbe Auditorium

Learn how to navigate your career in corporate legal departments from a panel of attorneys practicing in that area. The panel of speakers will discuss the top things “I wished I’d known before entering corporate practice.” In this first panel of the series, speakers will introduce students to corporate practice by focusing on: (1)  getting […]

Distinguished Lecture with Daniel N. Shaviro: Tax Policy and Income Inequality

September 19, 2016
Location: The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, Drinko 246

The Distinguished Lecture will be presented by Daniel N. Shaviro, Wayne Perry Professor of Taxation at New York University School of Law. Shaviro will discuss the role of the tax system in wealth and income inequality. Shaviro is among the nation’s leading legal scholars on tax policy, Daniel Shaviro is a graduate of Princeton University and […]

Doing Good — Doing Well: Emerging Issues in Corporate Social Responsibility

February 18, 2016

The spectrum of corporate social responsibility (CSR) is broad and ever-changing. It encompasses topics affecting peoples’ everyday lives and as well as massive global challenges such as environmental sustainability and poverty, just to highlight a couple. In observance of the United Nation’s World Day of Social Justice, the Moritz International and Graduate Affairs Office is co-hosting a panel event and networking […]

Building Bridge Park with Jeff Roberts of Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter

October 7, 2015
Location: Drinko 245

The Program on Law, Finance, and Governance @ Ohio State and the Real Estate Law Association (RELA) present Building Bridge Park: a Look into the Private Practice of the Real Estate Attorney Behind Dublin’s $350M Bridge Street District  with Jeff Roberts of Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter. RSVP for a Chipotle-catered lunch (max. 25) by […]

Athletes as Clients

September 21, 2015
Location: Drinko Room 244

Get insight into the issues that arise in representing athletes as clients (including the lawyer/athlete-client relationship and the agent/athlete-client relationship) from a panel of lawyers that includes Moritz College of Law Dean Alan Michaels, who spent three years in private practice representing the Major League Baseball Players Association, and Moritz alumni Luke Fedlam, a sports and entertainment […]

African Sovereigns in the International Bond Markets – Current Controversies and the Unfolding Story

April 27, 2015
Location: Moritz College of Law Vorys Faculty Lounge (Room 314)

Dr. Dotse Tsikata is a visiting scholar at the University of Davis, California, Davis School of Law and on Leave from the African Development Bank’s Legal Department. Dr. Tsikata will speak about controversies over African Sovereigns in the international bond markets. Dr. Tsikata’s areas of research are the law of international organizations and sovereign debt. […]

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