We are very pleased to present to you the inaugural issue of AdmissionseNews, our bulletin designed to update you about Cincinnati Law’s students, alumni, and faculty. Look for up-to-the-minute Admissions information to guide you as you make your law school decision. Learn more about our students and the opportunities provided to them at Cincinnati Law. Get a front-row seat as our alumni take you on a journey through their careers. Then, find out how you can have the same experience, too. Enjoy!
It was the most exciting time of year at UC Law; the first day—at least for the first year students (1Ls). The corridors of the law school were once again filled with anxious students, sizing each other up and coming to terms with the weight of their Constitutional Law books. (Read More)
As the world is riveted by the athletes at the 2008 Summer Olympics, hosted in Beijing, China, UC Law student Adam Moser, Class of 2009, has been getting a “bird’s eye view” of the festivities. (Read More)
For many law students, the biggest concern on any given day might be what club is offering free lunch. Maria Gonzalez has a bit more on her plate. Gonzalez manages law school classes and involvement in the Immigration and Nationality Law Review, in addition to maintaining a family with a husband and two children. (Read More)
After serving 18 years in prison for a crime he did not commit, Robert McClendon once again became a free man on Monday, August 11—thanks in part to the Ohio Innocence Project and the power of DNA testing.
The latest addition to UC Law’s tax team, Professor Stephanie McMahon, joined the law school this summer. She will teach business tax during the fall semester. (Read More)
While current students interviewed for summer associate positions over the past month, Ann Taylor, a 1992 graduate of the law school, celebrated 15 years of work at Lord, Bissell & Brook LLP in Chicago. (Read More)