Partnerships & Collaboration

partnershipsThe Program on Law and Leadership experience is inherently collaborative. One of the goals of the program is to provide opportunities to partner with other units across campus that also have leadership as part of their curriculum. The Fisher College of Business and the Glenn School of Public Affairs are just some of the entities integrated¬† to ensure that the PLL students benefit from the rich resources available here at OSU. PLL participants receive information about leadership courses happening across campus, and are encouraged to utilize their elective credits to pursue these highlighted classes. Every occasion to reach outside the walls of Drinko Hall is seen as an opportunity to learn from leaders in other fields, enriching our PLL student’s experience.

PHOTO GALLERIES FROM COLLABORATION INITIATIVES

Speaker Series: A Conversation with Richard F. Celeste, Former U.S. Ambassador to India and Governor of Ohio

November 14, 2014 | The American Constitution Society, PILF, and The Program on Law and Leadership welcomed Former U.S. Ambassador to India and Governor of Ohio Richard F. Celeste on Tuesday, Feb. 3, in Saxbe Auditorium. Celeste shared stories about his experiences as a public servant and why it is as important as ever that more motivated young people stay engaged in local, state, and national government.

Speaker Series: A Conversation with Former Senator Paul Sarbanes

April 11, 2011 | The Program on Law and Leadership collaborated with the Fisher College of Business to welcome former U.S. Senator Paul Sarbanes (MD) as part of its Speaker Series in April 2011. In his more than 35 years in Congress, Sarbanes was a leader, statesman, and active legislator. He introduced the First Article of Impeachment of Richard Nixon, served on the Senate Select Committee investigating the Iran-Contra affair, was the ranking member of the Senate Whitewater Committee, was one of the principal authors of the National Affordable Housing Act, and authored one of the most sweeping corporate reform measures since the New Deal.