Volume 5, Issue 6
January 2013

IngotJanet Moore Wins Junior Scholarship Competition

Center for Race ImageJanet Moore, Assistant Professor of Law, has won the Junior Scholar Competition, sponsored by the Criminal Justice section of the American Association of Law Schools (AALS). The award was officially presented at the association's annual meeting in New Orleans, LA the first weekend in January. (Read More)

IngotThe Fiesta Bowl's Stephanie Jarvis Takes on the Challenges of College Football

Dan DonnellonOn Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013, two of the highest-scoring teams in college football, the University of Oregon and Kansas State University, faced off in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. While a major college football bowl game being played in Glendale, Ariz. has minimal local flavor, one of the College of Law's own played a major role in both this game and the Dec. 29 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl game between TCU and Michigan State. (Read More)

Upcoming Events

 

Hanging Out Your Shingles
January 19, 2013

Shifting to Neutral: A Not So Basic Mediation Workshop
February 5, 7, 9, 2013

UC Law Faculty Downtown Teach-In Day
March 1, 2013

Corporate Law Symposium
March 15, 2013

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IngotFrom India to UC Law, Daya Patibandla Pursues Dream to Become a Lawyer

Daya Patibandla '14 had long wanted to attend law school and become an attorney. "I knew I wanted to be an attorney about 20 pages into my first John Grisham book," said Patibandla, of course referring to the classic novel, "The Firm." After working for a year following undergrad, Patibandla took the LSAT and began looking into law schools all across the country. She enrolled at the College of Law last fall and is now halfway through with her three-year law school career. (Read More)

 

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IngotMichelle James' Corporate Experiences are Great Foundation for Her Career

Fountain SquareOften times, lawyers come out of law school on a different career path than what they initially intended. Michelle James '13, however, has not really strayed from her initial goals, remaining very corporate-minded throughout her first five semesters at the College of Law. (Read More)

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IngotKen Hirsh Elected to American Association of Law Librarians Board

Ken HirshKenneth Hirsh, Director, Law Library and Information Technology and Professor of Practice, has been elected to the executive board of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL). His three-year term commences July 2013. (Read More)

IngotCall for Nominations: Distinguished Alumni Award 2013

Happy Holidays 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 alumni here).

IngotCenter for Practice Holds February Mediation Workshop

Shifting to Neutral: A Not So Basic Mediation Workshop is designed for those who represent parties in mediation but have not often sat in the mediator's chair, and those whose work involves mediating between warring factions but without formal appointment as mediator. Lawyers and other professionals will learn how to apply skills and experience in negotiation, conflict resolution, and problem solving to the neutral mediator's role. The event will be held February 5, 7, and 9; 14 CLE credits have been applied for, including 1 hr. ethics for OH and KY. (Read more)

IngotFlexible Time Program at UC Law

Do you know someone currently working that is considering going to law school part-time?  Let them know about UC Law's flexible time program:  http://www.law.uc.edu/flex-time-program

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