Lectures and Visitors
Even as we find new ways to connect via technology, we believe our students and alums benefit from listening to engaging speakers and interacting with them on a personal basis. To learn face to face from some of the most distinguished legal minds in the country.
Whether it is to expand your classroom knowledge or to fulfill your continuing legal education requirements, we provide innumerable opportunities for UC Law students and alums to come together to learn and to explore differing points of view.
- The Constitution Day Lecture recognizes this federal observance day with programs and speakers that discuss the importance of our United States Constitution.
- The William Howard Taft Lecture on Constitutional Law brings some of the most important and influential scholars in the field To the University of Cincinnati to discuss important constitutional issues of the day.
- The Robert S. Marx Lecture was established by Judge Robert S. Marx to bring eminent scholars in various fields of law to the College of Law.
- UC Law's Judge-in-Residence Program invites renowned judges to spend several days at the law school to attend classes and talk with students.
- Each year, a legal scholar of national and international prominence is invited to the College of Law as our Chesley Distinguished Visiting Professor to teach a class and deliver a public lecture.
- The Harris Distinguished Visitors series brings outstanding practitioners to the law school to talk with students about professionalism, leadership, and their distinguished careers.
- The Harold C. Schott Lecture recognizes the outstanding scholarly achievement of UC College of Law faculty with a public lecture on their work.
- The John H. Burlingame Distinguished Lecture brought nationally and internationally recognized speakers, such as Richard Susskind, Dan Abrams, and Jeffrey Toobin, to Cincinnati to address important contemporary issues.