Volume 6, Issue 7
February 2014

IngotUC Law Downtown Teach-In for Student Scholarships

The UC Law Downtown Teach-In for Student Scholarships will be held on Friday, March 7, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Frost Brown Todd and Vorys, Sater Seymour and Pease law offices in downtown Cincinnati. Twelve UC Law faculty members will present on a variety of topics. Attendees have the opportunity to earn up to six (6) CLE credits. All proceeds will directly support student scholarships. (Read more)

Ingot 2014 Stanley M. Chesley Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law Lecture featuring Professor Bryant Garth

Bryant CarthProfessor Bryant Garth, Chancellor's Professor of Law at the University of California Irvine School of Law, will present "The Crisis of Law Schools: An Empirical and Global Perspective on the Current Debate" for the 2014 Stanley M. Chesley Visitor lecture. One (1) hour of general CLE has been applied for in Ohio and Kentucky. Approval is expected. The lecture will be held on March 4, 2014 at 12:15 p.m. at the College of Law. (Read more)

Upcoming Events

Chesley Distinguished Visiting Professor Lecture
March 4, 2014

Downtown Faculty Teach-In
March 7, 2014

Kristin Kalsem, Harold Schott Lecture
March 13, 2014

Judge in Residence Program
March 26-28, 2014

Corporate Law Symposium
March 28, 2014

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IngotFor Kyle Correa-Brady JD/MBA Program Beneficial for Business Success

Kyle Correa-BradyBusiness lawyers are an important part of the team that help businesses form, grow, and succeed. Indeed, UC Law’s business law pathway helps students build a strong foundation. However, some students choose to take it a step further—by augmenting their legal degree with an MBA to become as well-rounded a professional as possible. Kyle Correa-Brady '14 is one such student. (Read more)

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IngotJD/WGSS Program Provides Context and Perspective for Lee Serbin

Lee Serbin"During law school it has been important for me to maintain connections with the communities I hope to serve," said Lee Serbin'14, a student currently completing UC law's joint degree program. "The JD/MA program has allowed me to do so." Serbin grew up in Avon Lake, Ohio before attending college at the University of Vermont and The Ohio State University in 2008. At OSU she studied Women's Studies and Sociology. After graduating, she stayed in Columbus to work for two years before coming to UC Law.  (Read more)

 

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IngotMeet Dr. Bill Naber: Working at the Intersection of Law and Medicine

Bill NapierThe worlds of medicine and law are often seen as in conflict. It seems that several times each year there is a big news story about a pharmaceutical company that made a bad drug, or about a local doctor involved in some shady practices. But in many ways, the worlds of law and medicine are very much connected—for the better. Lawyers not only defend doctors in certain difficult situations or work in-house at large pharmaceutical companies, but they also help advise hospitals and smaller practitioners on what they need to do to stay on the right side of the law. (Read more)

IngotTravis Burke's Work at Wright-Patterson is Chance to Serve Country

Aviation has been a part of Dayton's history since the time of Orville and Wilbur Wright. In 1904, the Wright brothers began making use of the Huffman Prairie Flying Field, an 84-acre plot of land, for their test flights. From 1910-1916 they operated The Wright Company School of Aviation at Huffman Prairie, which would eventually become designated a National Historic Landmark. (Read more)

IngotLaw Expert Examines Proposed Regulations to Protect Institutional Investors

The global financial crisis of 2008 launched a litany of lawsuits in the U.S. as institutional investors claimed they were duped by the misrepresentations of Wall Street securities firms and their broker-dealers. However an examination of proposed new protections finds that extending certain regulations on broker-dealers would not be an effective solution to the problem. The article by Lynn Bai, a University of Cincinnati law professor, is published this month in the William & Mary Business Law Review. (Read more)

IngotOIP Client Dewey Jones Exonerated; 17th Person Freed through Efforts of OIP

Congratulations to the OIP team and client Dewey Jones who was exonerated Thursday, January 30, 2014. Summit County (OH) Judge Mary Margaret Rowland dismissed aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, and aggravated robbery charges against Jones, who spent 20 years in prison. Jones was convicted in 1993 murder of 71-year-old Neil Rankin. The OIP’s investigation uncovered police misconduct, and DNA testing eventually came back and proved his innocence. (Read more)

IngotCollege of Law and Law & Leadership Institute Accepting Applications for New Class

The College of Law and the Ohio Law & Leadership Institute are accepting applications for the summer program to be held at the law school June 23—July 25, 2014. Open to graduating 8th grade students, LLI is designed to introduce young people to the legal field with the ultimate goal of increasing diversity in the legal profession. LLI—born out of collaboration with the Ohio State Bar Association, the Supreme Court of Ohio, and the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education—has been recognized by numerous groups for its pipeline work. (Apply here)

IngotDistinguished Alumni Award Nominations Open

Since 1980, the UC Law Alumni Association has been honoring distinguished UC College of Law alumni. Criteria for nomination are excellence and achievement in the individual’s chosen field of practice or profession. The selected individual(s) will be honored at the Annual Spring Distinguished Alumni Luncheon. (Nominate an alumni here)

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