UC College of Law
Volume 4, Issue 2
November 2011

IngotThe Benefits of Applying Early

In 2011, Cincinnati Law saw its second highest number of applications ever for its fall incoming class. As a result, those applying to law school for 2012 or beyond should not underestimate the value of submitting their applications early in the process. At Cincinnati Law applications for Fall 2012 admission are being accepted now until March 1, 2012. Though this window of time spans several months, many applicants wait until right before the deadline to apply.

Since applications are reviewed by our admission committee on a rolling basis, waiting to apply can mean your application being part of a very large group at the end. This can make it harder for an application to stand out given the committee has already reviewed so many other candidates. Applying earlier in the process to Cincinnati Law and other "rolling" schools also means applicants should learn of their admission decision sooner, thus giving themselves more time afterwards to make a final decision on which law school they wish to attend. Many admitted applicants in the past have also benefitted from having more time then to make a visit (or second visit) or speaking with faculty and/or students before paying an admission seat deposit.

IngotMarilu Gresens ’10 Supports Human Rights Work in Gaborone, Botswana

Marilu Gresens

One of the biggest decisions for most out-of-state students attending the College of Law, is whether to take the bar exam in Ohio or back home. Marilu Gresens ’10, who grew up in a small town in upstate New York, faced that same question and ultimately opted to take the New York State bar exam. But Gresens is not working in her home state—in fact, nowhere even near New York. (Read More)

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IngotFall Prospective Student Open House

The College of Law Office of Admissions will host its annual Fall Open House for any person considering law school on Friday, November 18. The program will include interaction with faculty, staff and students, a tour of the law school, and sessions on admissions, financial aid and career planning. To learn more or to register click here.

IngotCenter for Race, Gender and Social Justice Hosts EEOC Chair to Discuss Employment Opportunity

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The Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice will host Jacqueline A. Berrien, Chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, at its fall luncheon event on Friday, October 28, 2011 at noon at the Netherland Hilton in downtown Cincinnati. Chair Berrien will present the keynote address "Realizing the Dream of Equal Employment Opportunity in the 21st Century." Visit the web page for more information and to register for the event. (Read More)

IngotUniversity of Cincinnati Campus Receives More Accolades

Since 2010, the University of Cincinnati campus has received a lot of attention. First, Forbes magazine ranked UC among the world’s most beautiful college campuses, followed by Delta’s Sky Magazine placing UC in its list of the world’s Top Ten most inspiring campuses. Now this fall Travel + Leisure magazine has included UC among its list of the nation’s most beautiful campuses. (Read More)

IngotProfessor Bettman Launches Blog Analyzing Ohio Supreme Court Cases

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Professor Marianna Bettman's new blog, www.legallyspeakingohio.com, is the "one stop shop" for those interested in insightful analysis of Ohio Supreme Court cases. The Supreme Court Watch page has three segments. The first is a preview of oral arguments of significant upcoming cases. Then once the argument has taken place, there is a segment called "What’s on Their Minds", which analyzes the oral argument from the point of view of the justices' questions. Finally, there will be an analysis of the decision when released. (Read her blog)

If you have any questions or would like further information about the website or how to reach Professor Bettman, contact her directly at 513.556.0958 or via email at marianna.bettman@uc.edu. Also, readers interested in up-to-the-minute analysis may use the RSS entry on the site.

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