Volume 5, Issue 4
November 2012

IngotUC Law Alum Jim Hunt Carries on the Mission of the Weaver Institute

Center for Race ImageOn Oct. 25, 2007, Glenn M. Weaver, an adjunct professor and friend of the College of Law, passed away at the age of 86. It was nine years earlier that the Glenn M. Weaver Institute of Law and Psychiatry was established at the College of Law. Today, Dr. Weaver's friend and fellow adjunct professor, Jim Hunt, is helping to carry on his vision. (Read More)

IngotScholar-in-Residence Valerie Hardcastle Brings Strong Background in Philosophy, Neuroscience to the Weaver Institute

EichnerIn her first semester with the Weaver Institute, Scholar-In-Residence Valerie Hardcastle said she is "loving it!" "The students are fabulous—interested, smart, dedicated, curious—you couldn't ask for a better bunch," Hardcastle said. "And the faculty involved with the Weaver institute are wonderful too. They have been extremely welcoming to me, especially considering I am a non-lawyer and a non-psychiatrist." (Read More)

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IngotWeaver Fellow Mark DeYoung Pursues Law Degree Following Careers in Radio, Ministry

Mark DeYoungMark DeYoung '13 called it "a little daunting," coming back to school in 2010. It was in the fall of that year that DeYoung, now a 3L, began at the College of Law, following careers in both radio and ministry. DeYoung, who grew up in West Chester—albeit a much different West Chester than the one he and his family call home today—graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tenn., in 1992. There, DeYoung double-majored in religious studies and philosophy. Upon graduating, he landed a job in radio management in the Nashville area and later co-hosted a Top 10 morning show. (Read More)

 

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IngotWeaver Fellowship Provides Opportunity and Insight into Law and Psychiatry for Amberle Houghton

Amberle HoughtonAs an undergraduate student at The Ohio State University, Amberle Houghton '13 majored in strategic communication with an eye towards a career in public relations. After a few internships in the field, however, Houghton "quickly realized" a career in PR would not be a good long-term fit. "At that point, I knew I wanted to change my career path and decided to pursue law school because it was something I have always wanted to do," Houghton said. (Read More)

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IngotCollege of Business Tax Conference Offers 13 CLE Credits

cell phoneThe 45th Annual UC Income Tax Conference will be held on December 11-12, 2012 at the Duke Energy Center. Presented by the Carl H. Lindner College of Business, this event will include an update on the latest tax laws and regulations as well as tax preparation guidance. Attorneys can receive 13 CLE credits. Conference leader is Dr. Dale Kiefer, Professor Emeritus at the LCOB. (Read More)

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