UC College of Law
Volume 5, Issue 2
December 2012

IngotNew JDs Give Law Schools High Marks

According to a Kaplan Bar Review survey of over 700 law school graduates from the class of 2012, the vast majority of tomorrow's attorneys who collected their JDs give their law schools high marks.  37% of law school graduates gave their law school education an "A" grade, while 53% gave it a "B".  Only 9% gave their legal education a "C" grade; 1% scored it a "D".  No respondents gave their law school education an "F". (Read more)

IngotWeaver Fellowship Provides 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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Cincinnati GuideThe Downtown Guide, courtesy of Downtown Cincinnati Inc., is a full-color guide, complete with a comprehensive listing of downtown Cincinnati shops, restaurants, personal services, hotels, downtown living, arts and entertainment, maps, parking and getting around tips. Order your copy.

 

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IngotGoldfarb Editorials Discuss Correlation between Business and Economic Success and Obama's Impact on Ohio's Economy

cell phoneProfessor Lewis Goldfarb's recent editorials for the International Business Times and the US News & World Report answer the questions of whether a business background positively correlates with economic growth and whether President Obama's policies had any impact on Ohio's economy. (Read More)

IngotPolitics Has Played a Big Role in Caitlin Graham's Life

Caitlin GrahamWhile she might not be pursuing a career in the field, politics has played a large role in Caitlin Graham’s adult life: a summer internship in college, multiple post-graduate positions locally and in Washington, D.C., and she is currently the Law Republicans president at the College of Law. (Read More)

 

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