Capital University announced the appointment of Rachel Janutis as dean of Capital University Law School, effective immediately.
Serving in the position of interim dean for nearly three ... Continue Reading →
The document is more than 85 years old, handwritten and hard to read. Many death certificates from this period are ambiguous or euphemistic: The victim died from a “broken neck.” ... Continue Reading →
It’s not terribly unusual for a law grad to need to take the bar exam more than once to pass. But the experience of failing the bar can be crushing to one’s confidence–and concentration. ... Continue Reading →
Job duties include assisting in the preparation of enforcement cases, general counsel assignments, drafting rules adopted by Ohio EPA and other tasks of the Office of Legal Services. ... Continue Reading →
Law school is tough. Finding a job in the legal profession after school is even more difficult. Here are some tips on how to keep the job search running smoothly without going insane.
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Nothing feels better than arriving home after a long, grueling semester, aside from the comfort of your own bed. Before you crash on the couch and binge on Netflix, consider all the ... Continue Reading →
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law student Aaron Stevenson talks about his law school journey and how getting involved in extracurricular activities in law school can ... Continue Reading →
The American Bar Association has filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the United States Department of Education to stop the Department’s decision to retroactively refuse to honor loan ... Continue Reading →
Although 80 percent of ABA-accredited law schools had double-digit percentage decreases for students admitted, bloggers observed following Thursday’s annual release of Standard 509 ... Continue Reading →