Darrell Landon Kelly had little time to bask in the honor of his graduation from the University of Cincinnati College of Law on Saturday.
Kelly and his family had to race from the law ... Continue Reading →
Nearly 200 lawyers walked the stage at the historic Ohio Theatre this week to officially start their careers as practicing lawyers.
Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor administered the ... Continue Reading →
The Ohio Supreme Court released the results of the February bar exam, which is commonly a less popular exam than the July bar exam. Of the Ohio schools, Case Western Reserve University ... Continue Reading →
The Ohio Supreme Court today released the results of the February 2018 Ohio Bar Examination, which was administered in Columbus on Feb. 27-March 1.
Of the 374 applicants who sat for ... Continue Reading →
More than 360 aspiring attorneys were in Wilmington this week to take the February 2018 Ohio bar examination, administered by the Ohio Supreme Court. The three-day exam began Feb. ... Continue Reading →
Two. More. Weeks. You’re tired, excited, scared, cautiously optimistic, not ready, ready to get it over with. You have all of the feelings. This is not the time to ramp it up. This ... Continue Reading →
Are you a new attorney? Welcome to the bar of the State of Ohio! As you embark on your legal career in this noble profession, here’s a checklist to help you get started.
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Case Western Reserve’s overhaul of how it prepares law students reaped impressive results this year, as its graduates posted a 93 percent passage rate on Ohio’s July bar examination.
The ... Continue Reading →
The Ohio Supreme Court today released the results of the July 2017 Ohio Bar Examination, which was administered in Columbus on July 25-27.
Of the 936 applicants who sat for the exam, ... Continue Reading →
Getting into law school was scary. Between the LSAT, waiting for results, and surviving the application process, the whole law school process tested your nerves. And now that you’re ... Continue Reading →