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 →
On April 19, 2017, the Ohio Innocence Project (OIP) team watched a now-familiar scene playout as its client Evin King was released at the Cuyahoga County Courthouse by Judge Brian ... Continue Reading →
Internships can provide valuable experience, help narrow down career paths and provide opportunities for future employment. Whether you are in your undergraduate career, in law school ... Continue Reading →
Growing up, it was clear to Ohio State Bar Association member and 3L Jedidiah Bressman that he wanted a career in law. As a kid he would argue with his parents, giving him his first ... Continue Reading →
If you follow the Ohio State Bar Association on Instagram, you have probably seen #IFightForJustice. But, do you know what it is all about?
It all began in October 2016 when Ohio University ... Continue Reading →
Most aspiring lawyers choose this profession with the hopes of making an impact on the world by fighting for what is right. Although every lawyer makes a difference in the lives of ... Continue Reading →
If you are a new lawyer beginning your legal career, you will want to be sure you comply with the requirements of Rule 1.4 of the Ohio Rules of Professional Conduct that a lawyer must ... Continue Reading →
At Attorney@Work, Phoenix lawyer Ruth Carter writes about her decision to take the California bar exam. “I have had to decline too many opportunities to help potential clients in ... Continue Reading →