UC College of Law
Volume 3, Issue 5
December 2010

IngotShane Starkey '95 Is Committed to Leadership Development and Community Service

Shane StarkeyShane Starkey '95, originally from Youngstown, Ohio, came to the College of Law right after graduating from Wittenberg University in 1992.  At Wittenberg, Starkey majored in economics, with a minor in philosophy.  (Read more)

IngotCatching Up with Patricia Laub '83

Patty LaubLouisville, Kentucky native Patricia Laub ‘83 came to Cincinnati and the College of Law after attending the University of Dayton, graduating with a degree in political science and a minor in philosophy. During her time at UD, Laub met her future husband, David, to whom she has been married for 31 years. (Read more)

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January 20, 2011

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February 17, 2011

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March 11, 2011

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IngotFocusing on Business Restructuring: Meet Richard Chesley '85

Richard ChesleyAfter finishing his undergraduate studies at Northwestern University, where he majored in political science and economics, Richard Chesley ’85 couldn’t decide between law and business for graduate school.  “I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do,” he says, “but ultimately I decided that law school was the better path for me.” (Read more)

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IngotFive Minutes with Assistant Dean Mina Jones Jefferson

Mina JeffersonAssistant Dean and Director, Center for Professional Development Mina Jones Jefferson ’90 is a former hiring partner at a National Law Journal Top 250 law firm. She is one of the few law school career services professionals in the country who has been on both sides of the table. (Read more)

Ingot2010-11 William Howard Taft Lecture on Constitutional Law

Professor Vicki C. Jackson will be the 2010-11 William Howard Taft Lecturer on Constitutional Law. Professor Jackson is the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and is currently the Thurgood Marshall Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School (2010-11). The topic of her lecture is "To Endure for Ages to Come": The U.S. Constitution in a Transnational Era. (Read more)

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Ted BerryUpdate on Theodore M. Berry '31, Cincinnati’s First African American Mayor
The UC Libraries archivist for the historic papers of Theodore M. Berry '31 reveals his national impact on governmental policy and addressing poverty. (Read more)

Tax Professor Paul Caron Quoted in Politico
Professor Caron talks about non-profit tax law in a recent edition. (Read more)

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