Volume 4, Issue 5
December 2011

IngotThe Psyche at Work: Help for Lawyers' Worries about Employee Mental Disorders, Trauma, and Violence

This workshop, sponsored by The Center for Practice and The Weaver Institute for Law and Psychiatry, focuses on what lawyers can learn from psychiatrists regarding mental health issues that impact the workplace. The event will be held on December 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Tangeman University Center on campus.  Seven hours of CLE credit have been approved, including 1 hour ethics and 1 hour substance abuse. For more information and to register, visit the website.

IngotLecture by the 2012 Stanley M. Chesley Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law

Ann Navaro

Professor Angela P. Harris, University of California, Davis, School of Law, will present the lecture "The Occupy Wall Street Blues: Why Americans Have Trouble Talking About Inequality" on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 12:15 p.m. In her talk, she will discuss some of the reasons, legal and political, why Americans have trouble talking about race, class, and structural inequality in particular. (Read More)

Upcoming Events


Psyche at Work
December 16, 2011

Chesley Distinguished Visiting Professor Lecture
January 11, 2012

Shifting to Neutral
January 24, 26, 27, 2012

Speak Truth to Power: A Spoken Word Event
January 27, 2012

More Events

IngotUC Law Alumnae Tracy Cook Advocates for Children at ProKids

Tracy CookTracy Cook '90 was born and raised in Cincinnati, growing up locally before attending UC as an undergraduate and then the College of Law. After earning a degree in political science with a minor in fine art in 1987, Cook began at the College of Law that fall. (Read More)

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IngotPublic Interest Attorney Josh Crabtree Likes to "Fight the Good Fight"

Cliff LauchlanBy the end of his time at the College of Law, Joshua Crabtree '03 convinced himself to try corporate law for a while. Upon graduating, he did just that, working for Jones Day in Atlanta, a large firm at which he had previously worked as a summer associate. After some time, however, Crabtree returned to the Cincinnati area and refocused his career here. (Read More)

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IngotHer Work in Public Defense Reform Led Professor Janet Moore to UC Law

Scott LewisPrior to joining the College of Law's faculty, Janet Moore had been active in public defense reform locally, where she helped build "a joint indigent defense clinic" for the College of Law and neighboring Salmon P. Chase College of Law. (Read More)


Ingot A History of Giving Back Leads 3L Ryan McGraw to the Law and the Linus Foundation

graduationAlthough he cannot recall a specific moment in time when he became attracted to the law, Ryan McGraw '12 said he has always wanted to be a lawyer. McGraw grew up in the Cincinnati suburb of  Finneytown, before attending high school at nearby St. Xavier.  It was during his four years of high school when McGraw developed an interest in serving others, and today he says his legal interests lie in the public sector. (Read More)

IngotLongtime Donors Help Lay Cornerstones for Success

cornerstone logoAs our year comes to a close, we would like to take this opportunity to share the impact that your Annual Fund support has on our law school. Support for the Annual Fund provides the resources necessary to fund scholarships, support the efforts of our distinguished faculty, and advance the national reputation of UC Law. This year, the Annual Fund contributions have amounted to over $400,000 in funds that have allowed us to further our mission in delivering a truly world-class legal education. (Read More)

IngotFriend UC Law on Facebook

tax logoUC Law has just launched its own Facebook page. Keep up with the latest law school programs, events, and more.  Meet up with your colleagues, friends, and former classmates. Connect with us on our "official" Facebook page! (Friend us on Facebook)

IngotDean Joseph Tomain’s Latest Book Examines the Relationship Between Energy Law, Policy, and Politics

tax logo"Climate change presents the United States, and the world, with regulatory problems of a magnitude, complexity and scope unseen before," wrote Tomain, the Wilbert and Helen Ziegler Professor of Law, in his book Ending Dirty Energy Policy: Prelude to Climate Change. "The United States, however, particularly after the mid-term elections of 2010, lacks the political will necessary to aggressively address climate change."  (Read More)

IngotDistinguished Alumni Award 2012

Since 1980, the UC Law Alumni Association has been honoring distinguished UC College of Law alumni. Criteria for nomination are excellence and achievement in the individual’s chosen field of practice or profession. The selected individual(s) will be honored at the Annual Spring Distinguished Alumni Luncheon. (Nominate an alumni here)

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