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Updates @ UC Law - December 2008

UC in the News

Professor Paul Caron’s TaxProf Blog was picked as one of the ABA Journal’s Blawg 100, one of the top 100 best websites by lawyers, for lawyers. Assistant Dean Mina Jones Jefferson, ‘90, has been selected to participate in the 2008-2009 Women’s Institute for Leadership Collaborative program, a collaborative effort of six institutions in Greater Cincinnati. Third-year student Antonio Mazzaro co-hosted the November 30 edition of CityTalk Radio, highlighting the new faces of leadership in Greater Cincinnati. UC Law graduates who successfully passed the Ohio State Bar exam were sworn in on Monday, November 17 at a special session of the Supreme Court of Ohio.


Jordan Cheng (’00) Takes On the Challenge at Franklin Capital Corporation

For a man who wasn’t sure what he wanted to do when he grew up, Jordan Cheng ('00) loves where he has ended up. As Director of the Legal Compliance Department for Franklin Capital Corporation in Salt Lake City, Utah, Cheng’s daily tasks include managing the firm’s litigation and executive complaints program along with the federal and state law compliance program. (Read more)




3L Jasmine Robinson Has Leading Role in National BLSA

Not many law students’ resumes include organizing a national convention. However, Jasmine Robinson will add this impressive feat to a long list of accomplishments this year as she organizes the National Black Law Students Association Conference. Robinson, a third year student, was selected by the national board to organize the conference after she ably served as the Midwest regional conference coordinator last year. (Read more)




From Philosophy to the Law…The Story of Professor Tom Eisele’s Journey to UC

Lawyer John Cotton Dana once said, “Who dares to teach must never cease to learn.” Professor Thomas Eisele is a testament to this creed. With three degrees, numerous publications, and constant additions to his classes’ supplementary materials, Eisele has made the learning experience enjoyable for students as he learns along with them. (Read more)



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