An important component of selecting the right fit in a law school is to visit and see the school first hand. During the holidays the Office of Admissions here at the University of Cincinnati College of Law will be open for prospective students who wish to come and learn more. The Office will be open every weekday in December except December 24 and 25, and every weekday in January except January 1 and 18. (Learn more).
Carrie Hagan-Gray ’05 has lived, studied, and worked across the country. Born in Kansas but raised in Oregon, Hagan-Gray decided to return to her home state for college. She settled upon the University of Kansas, majoring in women’s studies and sociology. (Read more)
UC Law’s Public Interest Law Group (PILG) celebrated National Pro Bono Week, October 26-31, 2009, giving students a “behind-the-scenes” look at three of the law school’s clinical pro bono opportunities. (Read more)
With four generations graduating from either the University of Cincinnati or the College of Law, the Goering family boasts a strong connection. Consider: UC Law is now "home" to rising 2L Andrew. His father, Stuart, graduated from the law school in 1982. Both of Stuart Goering's parents, as well as one grandparent, graduated from the university. (Read More)
The list of the most influential people in tax and accounting includes some big names: President Barack Obama, Senator Max Baucus, SEC Chairperson Mary Schapiro…and UC law professor Paul Caron. Accounting Today magazine, the leading journal of the profession, has just released its 2009 report of the biggest movers and shakers in the accounting profession. For the fourth time in a row Professor Caron has been named to this impressive list. (Read more)
Amanda Smith '10 grew up in East Lake, Ohio, a town where going to college after high school graduation was the exception, not the rule. From a young age, however, Smith’s mother assured her that she would go to college, and after graduating as valedictorian of her high school class in 2003, her mother’s prediction came true.. (Read more)