Admissions-eNews January 2010
Financial Aid Application Available for Fall 2010
January 1, 2010 marked the first day students can submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, for the upcoming 2010-2011 school year. Anyone planning to enter law school this fall who wants access to federal student loans will want to submit the FAFSA application in the coming weeks. Cincinnati Law advises incoming students to submit their FAFSA from a completed federal tax return by March 1, 2010. Applicants who are considering multiple law schools right now in their decision making process should know that the FAFSA results can be submitted to up to 10 law schools at a time. Have questions about the process of applying for aid? Feel free to contact the Office of Admission & Financial Aid at 513-556-0078 or email@example.com.
Chandani Jones ’10 Combines Law and Public Service
Chandani Jones has a tremendous energy that is certainly contagious. She has travelled a long way to get to UC Law’s Class of 2010 – from the Virgin Islands to Nashville, Tennessee to Uzbekistan and back to the U.S. (Read more)
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Louis D. Bilinois
Dean & Nippert Professor of Law
Meet Weaver Fellow Elise Lucas '11
"Law school at its core teaches you to think like a lawyer," says Elise Lucas '11 about her UC Law experience thus far. "I've been here a year and a half and can see the growth and changes in my thought processes. It gives you a healthy sense of cynicism." (Read more)
Dr. Douglas Mossman, Weaver Institute Director, Shows Courts the Connection Between Law and Psychiatry
For 33 years, Dr. Douglas Mossman has been involved in the field of psychiatry through treating patients, teaching in academic institutions, and assisting courts as an expert witness in hundreds of trials and legal proceedings. (Read more)