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Ohio State News (college-law)

2021
January
06,
2021
| 09:32 AM America/New_York
What does it mean to "own" a piece of conceptual art?  That question led a law professor into an investigation of the tangled relationship between art and law. ...
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2019
June
11,
2019
| 13:15 PM America/New_York
An Ohio State University graduate student has been named a 2019 Tillman Scholar. Carrie Mayer plans to pursue a law degree in the Moritz College of Law as well as a master of public administration degree in the John Glenn College of Public Affairs. S...
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May
08,
2019
| 08:21 AM America/New_York
Lincoln Davies, an energy law and policy expert and award-winning scholar and teacher, has been selected as the 20th dean of the Moritz College of Law, Executive Vice President and Provost Bruce A. McPheron announced last week. Pending approval by...
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April
17,
2019
| 17:00 PM America/New_York
Our system for protecting health data in the United States is fundamentally broken and we need a national effort to rethink how we safeguard this information, say three experts in data privacy. In a perspective article in the April 18, 2019, issue...
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2018
July
09,
2018
| 14:46 PM America/New_York
Alan C. Michaels, dean of the Moritz College of Law, will deliver The Ohio State University’s summer commencement address. Approximately 1,500 degrees will be awarded at the ceremony, which begins at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 5, at the Jerome Schottenst...
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April
05,
2018
| 05:00 AM America/New_York
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Moritz College of Law Divided Community Project (DCP) is the recipient of the American Bar Association’s 2018 John W. Cooley Lawyer as Problem Solver Award. DCP provides public officials and community leaders with useful tools an...
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February
21,
2018
| 11:39 AM America/New_York
David Roper learned some of the most important lessons of life and leadership on a pitcher’s mound.“Composure is extremely important in that position because the pressure is on literally every play. It starts with you,” Roper said. “So I've always tr...
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2017
November
06,
2017
| 11:15 AM America/New_York
It’s 9:53 on Saturday morning and Dakota Rudesill is about to cause an earthquake in San Francisco. That’s bad. The North Korean nuclear missile test coming next might be worse.Welcome to the Ohio State National Security Crisis Simulation. The simul...
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November
01,
2017
| 05:00 AM America/New_York
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law announced today that it will establish the Drug Enforcement and Policy Center (DEPC) with funding provided by a $4.5 million gift from the Charles Koch Foundation.The DEPC will support ...
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May
23,
2017
| 02:19 AM America/New_York
A statewide legal preparation program helped Ohio State University graduate Ronald Birchfield learn how to be a lawyer. His passion led him in a different direction, but the program set him up for success.Now an Ohio State alumnus, Birchfield also is...
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April
24,
2017
| 06:31 AM America/New_York
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Almost everyone covered through Ohio’s Medicaid expansion would have no other viable insurance option should the Affordable Care Act be repealed, a new study has found.Law and public health researchers from The Ohio State University ...
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January
12,
2017
| 09:57 AM America/New_York
Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning speaks at Ohio State Photo by Kevin FitzsimonsSecretary of the Army Eric Fanning is days away from leaving his post as head of the U.S. Army, but he believes others should answer the call to public service.Fanning s...
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2016
July
26,
2016
| 10:34 AM America/New_York
Editor’s note: This is a national update of an Ohio-specific analysis (found here) released in 2015COLUMBUS, Ohio – Raising the national minimum age to buy cigarettes to 21 would save lives by preventing adolescents from ever taking up smoking, a new...
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June
27,
2016
| 03:07 AM America/New_York
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Electronic cigarette makers and sellers are making all kinds of health claims, many of which likely won’t stand up to scrutiny under recently announced FDA regulation, a new study has found.Regulatory oversight of those claims, annou...
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