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Admissions-eNews March 2009

Ohio Innocence Project Helps to Exonerate Joseph R. Fears, Jr.

A joint project between the Ohio Innocence Project, based in the UC College of Law, and the Columbus Dispatch helped set the stage for a release from prison of a Columbus man after 25 years behind bars. (Read story)


Angela Chang, '08, Enjoys Challenge of Being a Public Defender

Defendants in Denver, Colorado are lucky to be in the hands of recent UC Law graduate, public defender Angela Chang. Chang, ’08, received a degree in international business and marketing.(Read more)


Bright Lights, Big City ... UC Law Students Travel Across the Pond and the Country for Summer Positions

At the end of each school year while most students pack for vacation, students at UC  Law roll up their sleeves and prepare to dive head first into legal internships across the nation. Using summer to gain experience via “hands on” legal work, many students seek opportunities outside of Cincinnati to add flavor to their law school experience and make valuable contacts in large cities. (Read more)


Faculty Encouragement Leads to Career Success...Meet Grad Richard Guerrero, '75

For many law students, their professors become an integral part of their legal education. For practicing personal injury attorney Richard Guerrero, ’75, Professor John Murphy was the key to getting him to look at UC Law. (Read more)


Bringing Corporate Law and Teaching Face-to-Face: Meet Professor Barbara Black

While some law students dream of making the move from Cincinnati to New York to pursue a career in the “big city,” in 2006, Professor Barbara Black found herself leaving New York behind for a new opportunity in Cincinnati. After 28 years teaching law and directing the Securities Arbitration Clinic at Pace University Law School, Black transitioned into her new role as the Charles Hartsock Professor of Law and Director of the Corporate Law Center at UC Law. (Read more)