Volume 4, Issue 7
February 2012

IngotUC Law Trial Practice and Moot Court Teams Excel

UC Law's Trial Practice Competition team took first place at the Regional TYLA competition February 10-12, 2012 with a perfect score! Congratulations to the team of Alexander Rodger '12, Emily Homel '13, and Allison Kendall '12 who represented the school at the competition in Michigan. (Read More)

IngotDepartment of Education Releases Loan Forgiveness Certification Form

In 2007, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program was established by Congress to encourage individuals to enter public sector and non-profit professions. The program provides forgiveness of any Federal Direct student loan debt remaining after individuals have made 120 separate, on-time, monthly payments in certain repayment plans while working full-time for one or more qualifying public service organizations.  (Find out more)

Upcoming Events


Law Review Banquet
March 8, 2012

Should Good People be Prosecutors
March 14, 2012

Marx Lecture
March 27, 2012

Corporate Law Symposium
March 30, 2012

April 5, 2012

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IngotCatching Up With Rob Lewis '97, Alumni Association President

Rob LewisOn behalf of the UC Law Alumni Association Board of Trustees, welcome to the New Year!  I would like to take this opportunity to thank each of you for the great year that the UC Law Alumni Association had in 2011.  (Read More)


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IngotJeff DeBeer '12 Finds Law Review Experience Mirrors Life

Jeff DeBeerWhen given the chance to submit an entry into the Law Review write-on competition two years ago, Jeff DeBeer '12 saw the journal as an opportunity to improve upon his research and writing skills. ... Not only was DeBeer invited to join the Law Review, but he had a case note published as an associate member during the 2010-11 school year. It analyzed the effect of U.S. v. Doss on the federal witness tampering statute, § 1512(b). (Read More)

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IngotFor Executive Editor Sarah Topy '12 Law Review is Opportunity to Cultivate Skills

Sarah TopySarah Topy '12 likes to stay busy. Any student or faculty member who has come in contact with her the past three years at the College of Law knows just that. Topy, a 3L, is currently the chairperson of the Student Legal Education Committee (SLEC), and also has been doing research for Professors Marianna Bettman and Christopher Bryant for the past two years. (Read More)



IngotFaculty Advisor Role Is Chance to Support Student Work

SolimineThe Cincinnati Law Review, like most law review publications, is student-run and student-edited. But that does not mean that the faculty advisor does not play an important role. At the College of Law, that person is currently Professor Michael E. Solimine, who is serving in this capacity on an interim basis. (Read More)


IngotMeet Law Review’s Managing Editor Matthew Wagner '12

WagnerMatthew Wagner '12 applied for a position on Law Review because he thought the experience would help his research and writing skills. Sure enough it has — "immensely," he said. "Those skills are extremely important to practice, and if I hadn't been on Law Review, I wouldn't have had as much of a chance to improve those skills after 1L year," Wagner said. (Read More)


IngotLaw Review Meant Opportunity to Learn and Contribute to Legal Scholarship for James Tate

James TateIt has been less than three years since James Tate '09 took a position at Helmer, Martins, Rice & Popham, but his experience thus far at the seven-lawyer firm has been "incredible."(Read More)

IngotLaw Review to Host First Annual Alumni Banquet on March 8

The University of Cincinnati Law Review is hosting its first annual Law Review Alumni Banquet, honoring former alumni and recognizing the efforts of current students. (Read More)

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