A joint project between the Ohio Innocence Project, based in the UC College of Law, and the Columbus Dispatch helped set the stage for a release from prison of a Columbus man after 25 years behind bars. (Read story)
For many law students, their professors become an integral part of their legal education. For practicing personal injury attorney Richard Guerrero, ’75, Professor John Murphy was the key to getting him to look at UC Law. (Read more)
One of the longest serving judges in Hamilton County (OH) will leave later this year for a new job at the United Nations. Judge Mark Painter was elected March 2, 2009 as one of seven judges from around the world to serve on a new appeals court that will resolve disputes involving corruption, nepotism and employment discrimination at the United Nations in New York. Read the story from the Cincinnati Enquirer. (Read Cincinnati Enquirer story)
While some law students dream of making the move from Cincinnati to New York to pursue a career in the “big city,” in 2006, Professor Barbara Black found herself leaving New York behind for a new opportunity in Cincinnati. After 28 years teaching law and directing the Securities Arbitration Clinic at Pace University Law School, Black transitioned into her new role as the Charles Hartsock Professor of Law and Director of the Corporate Law Center at UC Law. (Read more)
The UC Law Alumni Association will be awarding the Distinguished Alumni Award to the Honorable Sandra S. Beckwith, the Honorable Mark P. Painter, and John F. Peyton, Jr. (posthumously). Each of these three alumni has displayed excellence and achievement in the field of law.
A global perspective is what 2L Aaron Bernay brings to every class he attends at UC Law. By the age of 10, Bernay had spent the first six years of his education attending six different schools located across the country. (Read more)