UC College of Law
Volume 3, Issue 3
December 2010

IngotBar Exam Results Are Strong

The results for UC Law students who took the July 2010 Ohio Bar Exam are in and the College of Law, once again, had a strong showing. UC ranked second in the state for overall test takers. While the passage rate for all takers was 82.8 percent, the College of Law’s passage rate was higher at 90 percent. (Read more)

IngotOhio Innocence Project Helps Free 10th Wrongfully Convicted Person

towlerImprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit, Raymond Towler spent nearly three decades behind bars believing that one day science would set him free. But it couldn’t. Until last spring, when science got a hand from Mark Godsey and the Ohio Innocence Project. (Read more)

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IngotProfessor Rachel Smith Impacts the Next Generation of Attorneys through 1L Lawyering

Rachel SmithAs an undergraduate student at Barnard College at Colombia University in New York, Professor Rachel Smith was a geology major. While doing geology research in a climatology lab following graduation, however, Smith began feeling as though she needed a career in which she could contribute more directly to helping people.  (Read more)

IngotFor the Love of Country: Meet Troy Benton '13

Troy BentonFirst year student Troy Benton has dedicated himself to service to others, and he plans to continue this path after law school by dedicating himself to service to his country.  Benton attended Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) before serving in AmeriCorps for two years.  Through that program, he impacted the lives of many students as an academic tutor and mentor; he also touched many in the community as a volunteer. “It was a life-changing experience,” said Benton, and it certainly impacted his plans for the future. (Read more)

IngotDiversity Resources from LSAC

lsac logoThe Law School Admission Council Diversity Committee and Office of Diversity Initiatives recently unveiled new online resources to assist applicants. Members of racial/ethnic minority groups and the LGBT community will find helpful content, links to resources and videos to assist them as they consider a legal career and the right law school for their needs. For more information, visit their website.

IngotHis Legal Career Was the Result of Fate: Meet Doug Dennis '95

Doug DennisDoug Dennis ’95 has had several careers. His first one started at the United States Military Academy.  After graduating, he served in the Army for five years; then, he took a position at the Pentagon working for a consulting company while his wife went to school to get her MBA. (Read more)

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