Updates @ UC Law - October 2009
Scholarship Honors Judge Rupert Aull Doan '58
A Cincinnati native, Judge Rupert Doan demonstrated a lifetime commitment to the Cincinnati community by serving more than 30 years on the bench.... Son-in-law Dan Spraul '82 recalled that Judge Doan appreciated colorful expressions, relishing “lots of nuts in the ice cream." (Read more)
Broken Models: Law Firms and Schools Adapt to the Future
Learn how new business models and strategies for law firms and schools are being developed to meet challenges in the market place. Named one of the ABA Journal's Legal Rebels, Professor William D. Henderson of Indiana University Maurer School of Law is nationally recognized for his expertise on this subject.
Las Vegas Alumni Take Giving Back to Heart
Though more than 1,000 miles and three time zones away, Las Vegas, Nevada is home to a growing number of College of Law alumni...The idea to create a scholarship fund was born during a UC Law-Las Vegas alumni event several years ago... (Read more)
The College of Law Hosts Movie Premier on Domestic Violence in the Hispanic Community
The Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic, in conjunction with the YWCA of Greater Cincinnati/Alliance for Immigrant Women presents a public screening of Domestic Violence in the Hispanic Community, a film examining the problem of domestic violence and the community resources available to help. This event will be followed by a panel discussion on the various issues presented in the film.
Corporate Law Center Hosts November Conference on Counsel's Role During Economic Crisis
The Corporate Law Center, along with the Association of Corporate Counsel-Southwest Ohio Chapter, presents “The Role of Corporate Counsel During a Time of Economic Crisis” on November 19, 2009. This event includes a presentation on the proactive measures corporate counsel can take in a distressed debtor/bankruptcy situation, as well as a panel discussion with lawyers from area corporations and law firms.
College of Business Tax Conference Offers CLEs for Lawyers
Participate in the 42nd Annual Tax Conference for tax practitioners, attorneys, paralegals and more. Presented by the UC College of Business, this event will include an update on the latest tax laws as well as tax preparation guidance. Lawyers can receive 13 CLE credits. Held December 15-16, 2009, conference speakers include industry leader Dr. Dale Kiefer, Professor Emeritus at the COB.
Faculty Law Links
- Featured Faculty Research:
Chris Bryant, The Empirical Judiciary, 26 Const. Comment. ___ (2009) (reviewing David L. Faigman, Constitutional Fictions: A Unified Theory of Constitutional Facts (Oxford University Press, 2008))