For 33 years, Dr. Douglas Mossman has been involved in the field of psychiatry through treating patients, teaching in academic institutions, and assisting courts as an expert witness in hundreds of trials and legal proceedings. (Read more)
Lawyers can learn much from psychiatrists about working with clients who seem unable or unwilling to listen to reason. While not every "difficult client" would be diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder, narcissistic and borderline personality disorders are detectable even among high functioning clients.
An established interest in science, coupled with an emerging curiosity streak about the role technology plays in addressing legal issues of the day, led Dan Brown '10 to consider UC Law and the Glenn M. Weaver Institute of Law and Psychiatry three years ago. (Read more)
The Law Alumni Association seeks your nomination of a deserving Cincinnati Law graduate to receive the 2010 Distinguished Alumni Award.
"Law school at its core teaches you to think like a lawyer," says Elise Lucas '11 about her UC Law experience thus far. "I've been here a year and a half and can see the growth and changes in my thought processes. It gives you a healthy sense of cynicism." (Read more)