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November 11, 2021. The UC College of Law's new home is about 50% complete. Invited guests at a beam signing ceremony got a tour of a newly renovated building that once housed the Lindner College of Business. The $45.6 million renovation should be complete in time for law students, staff and faculty to move in August 2022.

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Cincinnati Law: A home for Fulbrighters University Of

(5 days ago) Cincinnati Law's LLM Program welcomes Fulbright Scholars. Over the past three years, the LLM program at the University of Cincinnati College of Law has welcomed students from the Fulbright Foreign Student Program as part of its incoming cohort. This year, Cincinnati Law was proud to welcome two Fulbright students—Irina Zemkina, from Russia

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Admissions & Aid University of Cincinnati Law

(9 days ago) The University of Cincinnati College of Law has provided students a premier law school experience since 1833. Our students are thoughtfully trained and mentored to be innovative leaders guided by intention and driven by a passion to elevate justice and the rule of law in society.

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A New Home for the College of Law

(7 days ago) A prominent location along Martin Luther King Drive will place UC Law in the heart of campus and along the primary connector to the new Innovation Corridor, strengthening connections to university partners and providing unparalleled access and opportunity to our community partners including the more than 800 law firms, Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations, agencies, and state and

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Student Life University of Cincinnati Law

(6 days ago) The College of Law has created a website to aid students, faculty, staff and others during the suspension of in-person classes. Please visit law.uc.edu/covid-19 for law school related information and resources. For the most recent updates from the University of Cincinnati, please visit uc.edu/publichealth.

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University of Cincinnati College of Law launches Master of

(2 days ago) Cincinnati Law has selected Susan Stephan as director of the master of legal studies program. Previously, she served as associate dean of graduate and online programs at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law. Stephan brings significant experience in online legal master's program administration, law, and teaching to this new

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Academic Calendar

(1 days ago) Monday - Friday, October 11 – 15. Veterans Day (Classes Meet) Thursday, November 11. Thanksgiving. Thursday & Friday, November 25 – 26. Last Day of Classes. Friday, December 3. Reading Period. Saturday - Monday, December 4 – 6.

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University of Cincinnati College of Law joins Expedited

(6 days ago) The University of Cincinnati College of Law is partnering with the Ohio Justice and Policy (OJPC) Center to expand the Ohio Governor’s Expedited Pardon Project and reach more potential pardon candidates in the state of Ohio. The project eliminates administrative hurdles and provides free one-on-one help for qualified citizens seeking legal

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Compliance & Law, University of Cincinnati

(2 days ago) Law. How it applies to UC. Responsible Party. EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) GDPR applies to organizations located within the EU and to organizations located outside of the EU if they offer goods or services to, monitor the behavior of, or hold personal data of EU data subjects, regardless of the organization's location.

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Law lecture examines legal, economic effect of ethnically

(Just Now) As one of the urgent challenges of our time, inequality has drawn scholarly attention from all areas of law. In this lecture, “Two Perspectives on Inequality”, professor Felix Chang will introduce his work on potential solutions for inequality in antitrust and inheritance law.

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Harold C. Schott Lecture Registration

(Just Now) Professor Chang is a Professor of Law and the Co-Director of the Corporate Law Center. He also serves as the Associate Dean for Faculty and Research. Professor Chang teaches Antitrust, Business Associations, Securities Regulation, and Wills and Estates and has been awarded the College’s Goldman Prize for Excellence in Teaching, the University

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Resources for Faculty

(1 days ago) The College of Law has created a website to aid students, faculty, staff and others during the suspension of in-person classes. Please visit law.uc.edu/covid-19 for law school related information and resources. For the most recent updates from the University of Cincinnati, please visit uc.edu/publichealth.

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UC College of Law hosts beam signing University Of

(2 days ago) The UC College of Law's new home is about 50% complete. Invited guests at a beam signing ceremony got a tour of a newly renovated building that once housed the Lindner College of Business. The $45.6 million renovation should be complete in time for law students, staff and faculty to move in August 2022.

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Certificate Programs

(9 days ago) Applicants must have a law degree from a foreign university—undergraduate or graduate. Successful applicants will demonstrate that they have strong academic and/or professional backgrounds indicating that they have the skills necessary to meet the demands of participation in this program. The target grade point average is a 3.0.

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Genocide in China: Uighur Re-education Camps and

(1 days ago) Immigration and Human Rights Law Review Volume 3 Issue 1 Article 2 2021 Genocide in China: Uighur Re-education Camps and International Response Julia Stern University of Cincinnati College of Law, [email protected]uc.edu Follow this and additional works at: https://scholarship.law.uc.edu/ihrlr Part of the Human Rights Law Commons Recommended Citation

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Law Student Experiences University of Cincinnati Law

(8 days ago) Law students can gain experience and compete against other schools through Moot Court, the student-run appellate advocacy honors society of the University of Cincinnati College of Law. The Moot Court Honor Board organizes the August A. Rendigs, Jr. National Product Liability Moot Court Competition. The Rendigs Competition is the only national

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(Just Now) Cincinnati Law Dean Verna Williams welcomed the newest member of the College of Law’s team. “We have found the ideal person to continue the Jones Center’s already impressive trajectory. Jenn Dye’s leadership will allow the Center to attain new levels of impact and engagement driven by Judge Jones’ voice and his vision of providing

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College of Law Alumni University Of Cincinnati

(Just Now) Be part of a network of more than 6,000 law Bearcats through the UC College of Law Alumni Network! The network helps you stay connected to your alma mater through various alumni events, and offers many other ways to get involved to help make a difference in the lives of Law students.

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Elizabeth Lenhart

(9 days ago) Elizabeth Lenhart is Professor of Practice at the University of Cincinnati College of Law and teaches Legal Research and Writing.

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Law Class Notes University Of Cincinnati

(6 days ago) Cincinnati Law Class Notes. You've all had a chance to travel life's path in different ways, with stories to tell, milestones to share, and professional accomplishments to be proud of. Cincinnati Law Class Notes is the perfect vehicle to let all your classmates know what's new with you and catch up with old friends.

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Master of Legal Studies University of Cincinnati

(Just Now) UC Online’s MLS Degree. Our online Master of Legal Studies program is designed to grant students a working knowled ge of th e law that they can put to use in an industry or career that interacts with the law. This degree provides new skills and knowledge to enhance your existing skills rather than prepare you for a new career.

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Why one law student chose to call UC "home" again

(7 days ago) When it came time to select a law school, Ashley Nkadi, Law ’23, was in the driver’s seat. She had a bachelor’s degree from UC and four additional years of experience in the social justice arena. She was smart and experienced. Law schools beckoned with scholarships and open arms. “When I applied to law school, I applied all over

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: The Colonizing

(7 days ago) The law has strategically positioned representation in ways that intentionally facilitate marginalized status and colonial power relations. The potential for justice is therefore limited due to the colonizing nature of law.

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Spring 2022 Course Offerings

(5 days ago) Supplementing courses in health law and public health law, and law and biosciences, this course is intended to give students an appreciation of the ways in which the law’s regulatory powers have been used to guide decision-making in medicine and biomedical research, and, in turn, how theories of medical ethics and practice have informed

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Summer experiences: becoming the Complete Professional at

(Just Now) Kenneth Vincent, a 2L at Cincinnati Law, spent the summer working for the University of Cincinnati Office of Equal Opportunity and Access. He got to work on challenging, interesting issues that he said was an excellent way to sharpen his legal research and writing skills. “I applied for the job because I was extremely interested in assisting

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Untangling Discrimination: The CROWN Act and Protecting

(Just Now) University of Cincinnati Law Review Volume 89 Issue 2 Article 7 February 2021 Untangling Discrimination: The CROWN Act and Protecting Black Hair Alesha Hamilton [email protected]uc.edu Follow this and additional works at: https://scholarship.law.uc.edu/uclr Part of the Fourteenth Amendment Commons, Labor and Employment Law Commons, and the Law

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Professional Pathways University of Cincinnati Law

(6 days ago) The curriculum at Cincinnati Law prepares students for effective and responsible participation in the legal profession and for admission to the bar. Because of the diversity in the backgrounds that students bring to law school and the differences in their objectives after graduation, UC Law students have the ability to select from a broad array

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New Student Orientation

(8 days ago) Cincinnati Law Orientation week begins on Monday, August 16, with a “Taking Care of Business Day” that runs from 11 am – 2 pm. This is an opportunity to check in with the Admissions team, get your student ID, your locker combination, your parking pass, and to tour the building and the campus.

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(9 days ago) Rosita Ortiz, a third-year law student, was recently appointed as Vice-Chair for the National Latina/o Law Student Association's (NLLSA) Executive Board for the 2021-2022 term. Ortiz was selected by delegates representing 66 law schools across the country, and is the first student to represent the University of Cincinnati on NLLSA’s board

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Resources for Staff

(5 days ago) Access to College of Law Listservs. The use of moderated and unmoderated listservs provided by the College of Law is a privilege extended to faculty, administrative staff and students of the College. The College of Law reserves the right, pursuant to University and College guidelines, to unsubscribe individuals who abuse this privilege.

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University Law Enforcement Officer 1

(1 days ago) Law enforcement hazards. May be required to work rotating shifts, holidays, weekends, scheduled and unscheduled overtime (must be able to work any shift). Ability to climb stairs, pursue suspects, and provide first aid and emergency care. Use and maintain firearms with proficiency in accordance with department policy and State law.

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ABA Required Disclosures

(5 days ago) The College of Law does not award scholarships that are conditional on law school academic performance (besides maintaining overall good academic standing); therefore we do not post an ABA conditional scholarship retention worksheet. Learn more about student scholarships offered by the College of Law and other sources.

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UC College of Law Dean Verna Williams speaks with

(7 days ago) Planners have reinvented and completely reconfigured the existing building to create a state-of-the-art law school designed to meet the technological and specialized needs for 412 law students and 78 faculty and staff in the UC College of Law. About 70 guests joined Williams for an update on the structure which is 50% complete.

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The Exclusionary Rule, and the Problem with Search and

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Order Transcripts University of Cincinnati Law

(1 days ago) Notifications will be sent to your email directly from Parchment indicating the progress of your transcript request. An official transcript is a copy of a student’s entire academic record from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, bearing the official College of Law

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This Week in the Law Library … Marx Markings

(5 days ago) This week in the Law Library we are teaching statutes and technology in law practice and celebrating Open Access Week! This week we also continue to raise awareness for domestic violence and cybersecurity. This Week’s Research Sessions Monday, October 25, … Continue reading →

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"The System Is Working the Way It Is Supposed To: The

(Just Now) Ferguson has come to symbolize a widespread sense that there is a crisis in American criminal justice. This Article describes various articulations of what the problems are and poses the question of whether law is capable of fixing these problems. I consider the question theoretically by looking at claims that critical race theorists have made about law and race.

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CurriculumB.S. in Law and Paralegal StudiesUC Online

(6 days ago) Curriculum at a Glance. All of your coursework for the Bachelor of Science in Law & Paralegal Studies is completed online and taught by practicing attorneys. Our students have the flexibility to study on their time while learning necessary skills to take their career to whichever level they aspire. Our program was created to ensure that each

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Lecture analyzes the invention, evolution of tort law

(8 days ago) Nora Freeman Engstrom is the Ernest W. McFarland Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. A nationally recognized authority on tort law, professional responsibility, and complex litigation, she also co-directs the Stanford Center on the Legal Profession, one of the most influential academic centers devoted to the study of ethics and the legal profession in the United States.

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Law & Paralegal Programs University of Cincinnati

(1 days ago) The Associate of Applied Business in Law & Paralegal Studies program at the University of Cincinnati Online, is designed to prepare graduates for a variety of job opportunities. Our program is American Bar Association (ABA) approved with a curriculum that will equip students with skills that will allow them to make immediate impact in their

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Choosing Classes

(Just Now) Spring Only: Constitutional Law II, Civil Procedure II, Property, Criminal Law, and Sales. All students who plan to take a bar exam in the US should take Legal Ethics in the fall or in the spring. LLM students may apply for clinics and internships (which we call “ externships ”) for the spring semester.

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"How Should Inheritance Law Remediate Inequality

(4 days ago) This Essay argues that trusts and estates (“T&E”) should prioritize intergenerational economic mobility—the ability of children to move beyond the economic station of their parents—above all other goals. The field’s traditional emphasis on testamentary freedom fosters the stickiness of inequality. For wealthy settlors, dynasty trusts sequester assets from the nation’s system of

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A Theory of the Business Trust

(Just Now) United States has antitrust law, rather than monopoly or competition law, as the field is known in many foreign jurisdictions. 4. In addition, currently, * Professor of Law, The University of Toledo College of Law; J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School; B.A., The Ohio State University. This Article benefited from discussions with scholars too

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Law student named Best Oralist at international moot

(Just Now) The UC Law team received an honorable mention for their memorandum. “I was excited but shocked that I won Best Oralist,” said Magarian. “I was confident and felt I was doing well, but I didn’t expect it. This was a team effort. It was great to see our hard work pay off and get some international recognition for our Midwestern law school.”

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Assistant Dean of Career Development, College of Law

(9 days ago) The University of Cincinnati College of Law, the nation’s 4th oldest law school, evaluates justice, cultivates the complete professional, and prepares students for an unlimited future. Currently the College of Law seeks an Assistant Dean for Career Development to join Dean’s leadership team.

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