UC College of Law
Volume 3, Issue 7
May 2011

IngotSmall Business Clinic Ends Successful First Year

Officially opened this year, the Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic (ECDC) provided third-year law students with "hands on" experience representing local small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. The clinic functioned as a law firm, with law students serving as lawyers for the clinic's clients, assisting them with business transactions such as forming an appropriate business entity, reviewing and preparing contracts, advising on copyright and trademark issues, and providing needed legal counsel on other issues confronting the clinic's clients. (Read more)

IngotJudicial Extern Program Helping 3L Zak Fithian Prepare For His Future

Zak FithianIt is safe to say that third-year student Zak Fithian has acquired a great deal of knowledge about the law, since his first classes at the College of Law in August 2008. But it has been experiences outside of the classroom, including his current judicial externship, which has helped Fithian truly ‘put theory into practice.’ (Read more)

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Ingot12th Emmy for Collinsworth '91

CollinsworthCris Collinsworth '91 won his 12th Sports Emmy last night at New York’s Lincoln Center. NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” analyst won his fourth Emmy for outstanding event analyst, to go with his 8 Emmys for best studio analyst since 1997. (Read more)

IngotDean Watson Comments on Law School Scholarships Article

Al WatsonA recent New York Times article about scholarships in law school has generated many questions for our office. We changed our renewal policy about ten years ago to a 2.0 grade point average for all of our scholarships. A 2.0 at Cincinnati Law equates to good academic standing, and first year grading is completed on a ‘B’ curve. So, for us, we try to emphasize the total scholarship amount being offered, since students are not gambling on their future academic success. Another admissions dean once told me, “50% of entering law students plan to be in the top 10% of their class, and 90% plan to be at least in the top half.” Of course this can’t be statistically possible. I would encourage applicants to do their due diligence in asking questions about the renewability of their scholarships from various law schools. This should probably include the question: “How many students with my academic predictors had their scholarships renewed over the last three years?” (Read more)

IngotLSAT Fee Waivers

The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) established the fee waiver program in 1968 to assure that no person is denied access to law school because of the absolute inability to pay for the LSAT and other essential applicant services. Today each approved fee waiver entitles the bearer to two LSATs, one registration with LSAC’s Credential Assembly Service (CAS), four law school reports included with CAS, and more. To find out more details including eligibility requirements visit the LSAC website.


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