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Updates @ UC Law - January 2009

Protecting the Retail Investor In an Age of Financial Uncertainty

Professor Barbara Black, the Charles Hartsock Professor of Law, is the featured speaker for the 2009 Harold C. Schott Award presentation. Black will present “Protecting the Retail Investor In An Age of Financial Uncertainty, “ a discussion on the rights and remedies of retail investors and proposals for reform. (Read more)  

 

 

Teaching is a Life-Long Journey for Professor Margaret Drew

Margaret Drew wanted to be a lawyer as far back as she can remember.  This goal was realized in 1980 when she graduated from Northeastern University College of Law.  (Read more)

 

 

Former Equestrian Carrie Wood '05 Enjoys Fighting for Justice

For former professional equestrian Carrie Wood ‘05, working for The Legal Aid Society in New York City is a lot like riding a horse…constantly adjusting, maneuvering, stopping, starting, and racing to the goal line. It presents new and interesting challenges every day; and, she’d have it no other way.(Read more)

 

 

OIP Featured in CityBeat Cover Story

One of the Ohio Innocence Project's latest cases is the featured story in the Dec. 17, 2008 issue of CityBeat Magazine. Meet Bryant Gaines, serving 15 years to life for a murder that multiple witnesses say he didn't commit, and see what OIP students and staff are doing to secure a new trial for him. (Read More)

 

 

Public Interest Law Fascinates 2L Brian Howe

Second year student Brian Howe already knows what he wants to do when he graduates in 2010—practice public interest law. Being involved with the Ohio Innocence Project (OIP) this past year has enabled Howe to experience what it feels like to provide legal assistance to someone who couldn’t otherwise afford it. (Read more)

 

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