Volume 6, Issue 6
January 2014

Ingot Judge Litkovitz Shares How a Clerkship Helped Shape Her Professional Career

Judge LitkovitzOne might say that Karen Litkovitz ’84 has a different outlook about the court—and judges. She not only clerked for several judges before and after graduating from UC Law, she now is a federal judge herself. All of her experiences have given Judge Litkovitz a broader perspective and deeper understanding of the work she does. (Read more)

Ingot Versatility of Law Degree Brings Variety of Legal Career Experiences

Erica FaaborgErica Faaborg ’06 is a homegrown Bearcat who grew up right here in the Queen City. She split her college years between Kenyon College and the University of Cincinnati, majoring in international relations. Before coming to UC Law she worked for a local company that runs clinical trials on pharmaceuticals for organ transplant recipients, an experience she values. (Read more)

Upcoming Events

Downtown Faculty Teach-In
March 7, 2014

Kristin Kalsem, Harold Schott Lecture
March 13, 2014

Judge in Residence with Hon. Christine Durham
March 26-28, 2014

Corporate Law Symposium
March 28, 2014

More Events

IngotClerkship Experience Is Opportunity to Hone Skills and Learn About the Judicial System

MarrEarly in her time as a law student, Kacey Marr ‘13 learned in a seminar put on by the college’s Center for Professional Development (CPD) that working for a judge is one of the best things a law student could do during their time in school. Heeding this advice, she worked in the summer between her first and second year for both Justice Will T. Scott of the Supreme Court of Kentucky and for the Honorable Eugene Siler, Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. (Read more)

Law Links

IngotA Look Back at the 2013 Dean’s Council Dinner

Dean Bilionis hosted the annual Dean’s Council Dinner on December 7, 2013, held at the Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Arts. Honored at this year’s event were Tom and Fay Dupuis for their longtime scholarship support and for their instrumental role in helping the Class of ’68 raise funds for the courtroom in the new building. The attendees had a great time, enjoyed wonderful food, listened to music from a CCM student jazz band, and more. Check out the photos for a closer look at the event.  (View photo gallery)

 

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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)

Ingot UC 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)

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