A statewide legal preparation program helped Ohio State University graduate Ronald Birchfield learn how to be a lawyer. His passion led him in a different direction, but the program ... Continue Reading →
Two weeks ago in this column, I griped about how many law school career offices did their students a disservice by making it impossible for solo and small firm lawyers to hire them ... Continue Reading →
Lawyers with the Ohio Innocence Project have helped free more than two dozen inmates, who were unjustly imprisoned for crimes they did not commit.
The lawyers talked exclusively to ... Continue Reading →
Beginning in September, there will be no restrictions on how many times one can take the Law School Admissions Test during a two-year period.
More information about the LSAT schedule ... Continue Reading →
Fifteen-year-old Danya Hamad aims to be Doogie Howser JD.
The Canal Winchester teenager will graduate with her associate degree from Columbus State Community College on Friday. On ... Continue Reading →
Peter Louis is the son of Haitian immigrants, who grew up in a single-parent home in Brooklyn, New York. By the time he got to college, he knew he could help people by pursuing a career ... Continue Reading →
As a young man, just graduated from law school with a wife, a baby and a mortgage, Tim Malloy suddenly had to figure out a Plan B.
He had planned to practice law in downtown Chicago ... Continue Reading →
Sisters Lizbeth and Tammy Chavez have shared a lot through the years: a bedroom, a family car, the same undergraduate school and a major in social work. Come May 6, they’ll share ... Continue Reading →
The Ohio Supreme Court today released the results of the February 2017 Ohio Bar Examination, which was administered in Columbus on Feb. 21-23.
Out of 436 applicants who sat for the ... Continue Reading →