From its trademark clinic and externship offerings to intellectual property certificates and a center designed to facilitate the study and advancement of IP—those are some of the ... Continue Reading →
A wrongfully imprisoned Cleveland man was released last month after spending 15 years in the Ohio State Penitentiary.
In 2003, Ru-El Sailor was convicted of murder for the death of ... Continue Reading →
Law students who need mental health counseling aren’t getting it for fear they will be denied admission to the state bar, according to organizations across the state that are demanding ... Continue Reading →
While their fields may be related and often intersect, lawyers and law-enforcement officers speak different languages. A new course at Capital University aims to get each on the same ... Continue Reading →
Law schools are ramping up efforts to provide more experiential learning opportunities through virtual reality experiences that will allow both students and practicing attorneys to ... Continue Reading →
Celina, Ohio, native Evin Bachelor, 25, tapped his rural roots while creating his winning entry in a national poster competition.
By growing up in rural Ohio and having family members ... Continue Reading →
Law professors should think twice before banishing laptops from their classrooms.
That’s the takeaway of a new law review article challenging the popular notion that the siren call ... Continue Reading →