Admissions-eNews February 2010
I hope you enjoy this month’s edition of the Admissions eNews. As Associate Dean for Curriculum and Student Affairs for the College of Law, I am engaged with students and faculty on a variety of academic initiatives. This is truly a small college that will allow you to not only learn the fundamentals necessary for the practice of law, but also individually tailor your curricular choices to meet your goals and ambitions. I would enjoy hearing from you if you have any questions.
Professor Bryant Nominated for "What the Best Law Teachers Do" Book
Professor of Law A. Christopher Bryant is one of 150 nominees for designation among the "Best Law Teachers in America" in the forthcoming Harvard University Press book, What the Best Law Teachers Do, written by Professor Michael Hunter Schwartz, Washburn University School of Law.
Cincinnati Law will once again host its annual Diversity Day program on Saturday, February 27. Aimed at high school and undergraduate minority students, Diversity Day enables attendees to learn more about the legal profession and attending law school. The program features sessions on law as a career, practicing law as a minority, a tour of the law school and will also feature a mock law school class with Professor Darrell Miller. This is an exciting opportunity for participants to interact with current law students, faculty and practicing Cincinnati attorneys.
2010 Corporate Law Symposium: "The Globalization of Securities Regulation: Competition or Coordination?"
After the enactment of Sarbanes-Oxley in 2002, influential voices in the business, political, and academic communities expressed concern that the U.S. markets were losing their competitive advantage. While a number of factors were identified as contributing to this decline, higher U.S. regulatory compliance costs and liability risks were, in particular, singled out. (Read more)
SBA President Erin Moosbrugger '10 Enjoys Facilitating Law School Programs
In her three years at the University of Cincinnati's College of Law, the Class of 2010's Erin Moosbrugger has made a significant impact on the law school community. (Read more)
2010 Robert S. Marx Lecture featuring Samuel R. Bagenstos
The College of Law is honored to present Samuel Bagenstos, Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, as the 2010 Robert S. Marx lecturer. (Read more)