UC College of Law
Volume 5, Issue 4
March 2013

IngotDoug Prade Exonerated After 15 Years Thanks to Work of OIP

Doug PradeOn January 29, 2013 former Akron Police Captain Douglas Prade—and a longtime OIP client—was exonerated. He walked free after 15 years in prison for the murder of his ex-wife. DNA testing conducted by the OIP, along with additional extensive investigation over the course of a decade, proved his innocence. Prade is the 16th person freed through the work of the OIP. (Read more)

IngotCollege of Law and the Brandery Announce Fellowship Program

Dan DonnellonThe College of Law and the Brandery, a consumer marketing venture accelerator, have partnered to place law students at the company. Four rising third-year law students will work at the company this summer, assisting with a variety of legal services. Named the Brandery Fellowship Program, it is an opportunity for students to receive hands-on work experience while learning about and working with high-growth potential business start-ups. (Read more)

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IngotFrom Publicist to Future Attorney: Jacklyn McGlothlin Shares Her UC Law Experience

Ken HirshWhen Jacklyn (Johnston) McGlothlin '13 was younger, she jokingly told her father, an attorney, that she was creating a list of reasons why she did not want to become an attorney. Flash forward several years and McGlothlin is just three months from graduating from law school and beginning her preparations for the Ohio bar exam. While McGlothlin did not always intend to pursue law, both as a child and even initially after graduating from Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., in 2007, she is very happy with where she is today. (Read more)

 

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Ingot2013 Stanley M. Chesley Visiting Professor of Law Lecture features Professor Curtis A. Bradley

Curtis BradleyThe University of Cincinnati College of Law is pleased to welcome Professor Curtis A. Bradley as our 2013 Chesley Distinguished Visitor on March 14, 2013. He will present "The Treaty Power and American Federalism." Curtis Bradley is the William Van Alstyne Professor of Law, Professor of Public Policy Studies, and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Duke University School of Law. He joined the Duke law faculty in 2005, after teaching at the University of Virginia and University of Colorado law schools. His courses include International Law, Foreign Relations Law, and Federal Courts. He was the founding co-director of Duke Law School’s Center for International and Comparative Law and serves on the executive board of Duke’s Center on Law, Ethics, and National Security. (Read more)

IngotA Parisian's View: Meet Fanny Delaunay

Fanny DelaunayFanny Delaunay '14 loves it in Cincinnati. The second year law student currently resides on the West Side with her husband, having also recently lived near campus, in Dayton, and in Florence, Ky. For all the moves Delaunay has made in the last five years, however, none was bigger than the one in 2008. (Read more)

 

IngotThe 26th Annual Corporate Law Center Symposium Focus on Practices and Policies in the Post-Financial Crisis Era

The 2008 financial crisis and its aftermath put extraordinary pressure on government and industry regulators to punish offenders, deter future violations and obtain compensation for victims. How have they measured up? This symposium will focus on current practices and policies involving government and industry enforcement of securities laws and other regulatory statutes intended to protect the public, with special emphasis on the Securities and Exchange Commission, state securities regulators and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). The Symposium will be held March 15, 2013 beginning at 8:45 a.m. CLE: 6.5 hrs. of general CLE credit. (Read more)

 

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