Students are the first priority of Cincinnati Law faculty. They are passionate about teaching law and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the classroom. Faculty make it a point to get to know their students and are readily accessible to answer questions or discuss career plans.
Our faculty also are distinguished scholars, consistently recognized for the quality of their scholarship. Nationally and internationally renowned legal experts in a wide variety of disciplines, their research on cutting-edge legal issues of the day enrich the law school curriculum.
The law school’s core faculty is complemented by a remarkable adjunct law faculty – respected practitioners and judges – who bring firsthand real-world experiences to the classroom and enhance the purpose and relevance of a Cincinnati legal education.
Faculty Member Highlight
Mark Godsey: Wrongful Conviction Blog
Professor Godsey is the Daniel P. & Judith L. Carmichael Professor of Law; Director, Center for the Global Study of Wrongful Conviction; and Director, Rosenthal Institute for Justice/Ohio Innocence Project.
He, along with several colleagues in the Innocence Movement, authors the Wrongful Convictions Blog, providing one place where interested persons can get news and information on wrongful convictions and fostering discussion, debate, and learning about the issue of wrongful conviction. Read his latest post.
Marianna Bettman: Legally Speaking Ohio
Bettman, Professor of Clinical Law, is the Director of the Judicial Externship Program and the Judge-in-Residence Program. She teaches torts, legal ethics, and a seminar on the Supreme Court of Ohio. She is also a former Ohio state court of appeals judge.
Professor Bettman’s blog provides commentary on the actions and activities of the Supreme Court of Ohio. Read her latest post.
Tim Armstrong—Info/Law Blog
Armstrong is Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor of Law. He is one of several authors of Info/Law Blog, a blog about information, law, and "Information Law." What is Information Law? It is a convergence of intellectual property doctrine, communications regulation, First Amendment norms, and new technology. Read his latest post.