September 14, 2012
This seminar on business development featured Mark Beese, President of Leadership for Lawyers, LLC. He taught students to understand a framework for consultative selling, succinctly deliver a verbal business card, build a positive first impression using neuro-linguistic programming techniques, network with a purpose, leverage social media to build a professional network, and understand the components of a personal business development plan.
March 26, 2013
Dean Alan Michaels chats leadership lessons with former Ohio Supreme Court Justice Yvette McGee Brown. Ms. McGee Brown is currently a partner at Jones Day, and a proud graduate of OSU Law School.
March 29, 2013
During this hands-on workshop, students will have the opportunity to learn advanced public speaking skills from Mark Weaver, a national expert in the field who also is an Adjunct Faculty member at Moritz. Mark is the former spokesperson for the US Department of Justice and the former Deputy Attorney General of Ohio. This intense training workshop will be useful to you not just in law school, but will prepare you for a future as a leader in the law profession or your community.
April 8, 2013
Ken Kies ’77, Kies is the managing director of the Federal Policy Group, LLC, which provides sophisticated strategic and technical tax advice on policy matters before Congress, the U.S. Treasury Department, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Kies also served as the chief of staff for the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation, as well as a stint as the chief Republican tax counsel to the Ways and Means Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. In that position, he directed the Ways and Means Committee’s Republican tax staff and was the chief tax lawyer responsible for developing and analyzing all tax-related legislation for Republican members of the Committee and the House of Representatives. A link to his full bio can be found here.
May 13, 2013
The Program on Law and Leadership has partnered with the John Glenn School of Public Affairs since 2011 to send female law students to a program empowering women to be public leaders. The NEW Leadership Program is a week-long residential program held each summer, and participants receive lessons from the history of women in public life to training in public speaking. Women who experience the program are encouraged to embrace leadership opportunities at Moritz and consider running for public office later.