Volume 4, Issue 1
August 2011

IngotFormer Visiting Professor Sandra Sperino Joins College of Law Staff

sperinoWhile the name ‘Sandra Sperino’ may be unfamiliar to current students, the Civil Procedure and Employment Law professor is well-acquainted with the College of Law. After spending three years as an Assistant Professor of Law at the Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, Sperino is beginning her second stint as member of the College of Law faculty at UC. (Read More)

Ingot Sean Mangan Joins Law Faculty to Focus on the Practical

manganAmong the sea of new faces at the College of Law this fall will be that of Sean Mangan, who has joined the College as an Assistant Professor of Law. Mangan, a 2002 University of Virginia School of Law graduate, will be teaching Transactional Drafting on Tuesdays and Thursdays this semester. In the spring, meanwhile, the Cincinnati native will be instructing two courses, he said. (Read More)

IngotFive Minutes with Professor Felix Chang

Felix ChangVisiting Professor of Law Felix Chang is one of the newest members of the law school’s faculty. Professor Chang was part of the team that established the College of Law’s Institute for the Global Practice of Law, which had its inaugural progarm this summer. During fall semester he will be teaching up-and-coming law students. (Read More)

Upcoming Events

Alumni Summer Social
August 25, 2011

Better Your Business Pro Bono Event
September 9, 2011

Day of Service
September 10, 2011

Cossack Lecture
September 12, 2011

Constitution Day
September 16, 2011

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IngotJoin UC Law at the 2nd Annual Day of Service

On Saturday, September 10, students, faculty, staff, administrators and others from the University of Cincinnati College of Law will join together for an unprecedented service project. Called “You’ve Been Served,” participants will complete service projects at various sites throughout the Cincinnati area, including working at homeless shelters, volunteering with seniors and students, and partnering with organizations like Habitat for Humanity and Keep Cincinnati Beautiful. (Read More)

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IngotLaw School Hosts Legal Analyst Professor Roger Cossack

CossackProfessor Roger Cossack, Distinguished Visiting Practitioner in Residence at Pepperdine University School of Law, will present the lecture "Television, Sports, and the Law: A discussion of the impact of media on the law today". This CLE event will be held on September 12 at 12:15 p.m. (View the Invitation)

 

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IngotLaw School Celebrates Constitution Day with Professor Jeffrey Rosen

RosenOn September 16, 2011, the College of Law will host Professor Jeffrey Rosen as the keynote speaker for Constitution Day. Rosen, Professor of Law at George Washington University, will speak on “The Future of Privacy and Free Speech on the Roberts Court.” In his talk, Professor Rosen will describe some of the cases involving the future of technology and the Constitution that the Supreme Court will soon confront, and will speculate about how the various Justices might respond.  This lecture is made possible through the generous support of the Alfred B. Katz Constitution Day Fund in memory of Alfred B. Katz. (View the Invitation)

 

Ingot Catalyst Program Took the Windy City by Storm

placeholderIn spring 2011, the College launched the Catalyst Program, which took the Windy City by storm (literally!) on June 9, 2011, at a lunch hosted at Locke Lord Bissell for Chicago alumni to learn more about the program. (Read More)

 

IngotJenna Washatka '12 and Professor Jim O'Reilly Combine Efforts to Support Creation of Land Bank

Jenna WashatakFor many people July 13, 2011 was a historic day in Hamilton County with the front-page Cincinnati Enquirer coverage of the official creation of the first public land bank in southern Ohio. UC Law student Jenna Washatka ’12 and Professor Jim O’Reilly had an important hand in its development. (Read More)

IngotUn Kyong Ho '10 Named 2011 LatCrit Student Scholar

As a result of her social justice activism and her scholarly work "Sowing the Seeds of Death: The Emergence of Corporate Reproductive Labor & Right Regime," UC Law graduate Un Kyong Ho has been selected a 2011 LatCrit Student Scholar. (Read More)

IngotUC Law Alumnus Creates Entrepreneurship Fellows Program

University of Cincinnati College of Law alumnus Ian Bruce Eichner has collaborated with the College of Law to create the Eichner Family Foundation Entrepreneurship Fellows Program. This new fellowship offers second year students—with both an entrepreneurship mindset and a desire to explore non-traditional career paths—the opportunity for “hands on” legal and business training at The Continuum Company LLC (TCC), a New York real estate development firm led by CEO Eichner. (Read More)

IngotThree UC Law Students Awarded Equal Justice Works Summer Fellowships to Serve Those in Need

McGahanWhat were your plans for the summer? A family vacation at camp or the beach? Relaxing at home? For three UC law students, summer brought an opportunity for interesting career exploration. (Read More)

IngotOIP Exoneree Clarence Elkins Creates Clarence Elkins Scholarship for OIP Fellows

ElkinsClarence Elkins, who in 2005 was exonerated from a life sentence for murder by DNA testing with the help of the Ohio Innocence Project, has given a $5,000 gift to the Ohio Innocence Project (OIP) which hopes to renew annually. (Read More)

IngotLaw School Launched Inaugural Program of the Institute for the Global Practice of Law

The University of Cincinnati College of Law this summer launched its inaugural program under the umbrella of its new Institute for the Global Practice of Law (IGPL). The IGPL is an intensive four-week program for attorneys from other countries interested in U.S. law and international business transactions. (Read More)

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