UC College of Law
Volume 3, Issue 11
June/July 2011

IngotMelany Newby '74 Pledges $50,000 Gift Toward New Building

Melany NewbyAs an Ohio State University undergraduate student, Melany Newby initially majored in mathematics with intentions of attending medical school. When her advisors told her she could not do it that way, Newby chose the major that would allow her to earn her degree the quickest — French Literature. (Read more)

Ingot Senior Director of Development Karen Sieber Always Working, Thinking about UC Law

Karen SieberOn Sunday, July 3, Karen Sieber will be at the All-England Club in London, viewing the Wimbledon gentlemen’s singles championship match with a friend. Of course, even when talking about the prospect of attending the finals at tennis’ most prestigious event, the College of Law’s Senior Director of Development still has her job on her mind. (Read more)

Ingot Development & Alumni Affairs Position a 'Rewarding' Experience for Mike Hogan

Mike HoganAs Mike Hogan pointed out, not many people wake up each morning excited about going to work. But Hogan, the College of Law’s Associate Director of Development, is among those passionate about his job. (Read more)

Upcoming Events

Law & Leadership Institute
June 27 - July 29, 2011

Institute for Global Practice of Law
July 11 - August 4, 2011

Better Your Business Pro Bono Event
September 9, 2011

More Events

IngotMajor Gifts Received July 2010-June 2011

We are sincerely appreciative to the major gift donors on the following list.  Their gifts range from capital dollars for the new building project, to establishing new scholarships for outstanding students, to honoring faculty excellence by naming a faculty office in the new building, to sponsoring an international conference and art exhibit.  There are many creative ways to give to the UC College of Law and we are grateful for the vision and support of these donors. (Read more)

Law Links




IngotProfessor Chris Bryant Talks About the Implications of the 2010 Healthcare Law

Chris BryantProfessor A. Christopher Bryant recently provided insight about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the 2010 health care law) to Bloomberg News and Businessweek. (Read more)

IngotDV Clinic Joins Effort to Support Human Rights Reform for Women Subjected to Violence

The Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic has joined national and international efforts to support human rights reform recommendations for US women subjected to violence.  The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women, Rashida Manjoo, released her report on violence against women in the United States at a U.N Human Rights Council session in Geneva, Switzerland during the week of June 1, 2011. (Read more)

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