- Professor Brad Mank Named Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
- Cincinnati Law’s Entrepreneurship Clinic Director Named U.S. Small Business Administration’s “Legal Champion” for 2016
- Marianna Bettman, Law Professor and Alumnae, Receives University’s Distinguished Teaching Award
- Professor Verna Williams participated in a Black Feminist panel
Students are the first priority of Cincinnati Law faculty. They are passionate about teaching law and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the classroom. Faculty make it a point to get to know their students and are readily accessible to answer questions or discuss career plans.
Our law school faculty also are distinguished scholars, consistently recognized for the quality of their scholarship. Nationally and internationally renowned legal experts in a wide variety of disciplines, their research on cutting-edge legal issues of the day enrich the law school curriculum.
UC Law's core faculty is complemented by a remarkable adjunct law faculty – respected practitioners and judges – who bring firsthand real-world experiences to the classroom and enhance the purpose and relevance of a Cincinnati legal education.
Wrongful Conviction Blog
Professor Godsey is the Daniel P. & Judith L. Carmichael Professor of Law; Director, Center for the Global Study of Wrongful Conviction; and Director, Rosenthal Institute for Justice/Ohio Innocence Project.
He, along with several colleagues in the Innocence Movement, authors the Wrongful Convictions Blog, providing one place where interested persons can get news and information on wrongful convictions and fostering discussion, debate, and learning about the issue of wrongful conviction.
Friend of the Court Blog
Sandra Sperino, Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor of Law, teaches in the areas of civil procedure, torts and employment law. She served as Chair for the AALS Section on Employment Discrimination Law and is a contributing editor to several employment law books published by the American Bar Association. Professor Sperino’s scholarship focuses on employment discrimination, and her recent work focuses on the intersection of tort and discrimination law.