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19th Amendment Centennial Exhibit makes its way to UC College of Law

October 9, 2020

The American Bar Association's exhibit celebrating the centennial of the 19th Amendment is being hosted by the University of Cincinnati College of Law. This showcase is sponsored by the Nathaniel R. Jones Center for Race, Gender and Social Justice and by the Robert S. Marx Law Library. The exhibit is meant to commemorate the 19th Amendment.


UC student’s passion for helping manifests in work with Cleveland Legal Aid

October 28, 2020

University of Cincinnati College of Law students always find ways to make a difference, and Heather Campbell is no exception. This past summer, the third-year student gained valuable experience as a summer associate at The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland in the Family Law Practice Group. She primarily worked with clients who were seeking divorce or civil protection due to domestic violence.


UC Law student aims to raise awareness of human rights in Middle East

November 4, 2020

Before attending the University of Cincinnati College of Law, Nawfal Ali Aljabali had already worked to fight for human rights in the Middle East. Finding the work fulfilling, he knew he wanted to continue in this area. Aljabali chose to continue his education at UC Law so he could do more with his law degree, both in the United States and back home in Yemen.


LLM student expands her horizons and IP focus at UC Law

November 5, 2020

In her home country of Nigeria, Vanessa Ojo-Igbinoba chose to study law because she found a passion for helping people. In the United States, she chose to continue her studies at the University of Cincinnati College of Law because it would expand her opportunities for learning and gaining experience.


UC Law Student’s undergrad experience leads to involvement with DV Clinic

November 30, 2020

Second year law student Emily Medosch says her undergraduate degrees directly influenced her desire to study law. Her experience at the University of Cincinnati College of Law has provided many opportunities to practice her knowledge and hone her skills; the Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic, in particular, gave her a chance to make a real difference with clients.


Passion for activism leads to UC Law student’s DV Clinic experience

December 3, 2020

For second-year law student Morgan Mitchell, the move to Cincinnati, Ohio, from San Diego, California, was a bit of a transition. However, her experience at the College of Law has made the move worth it, and the Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic helped reinforce it.


DV Clinic provides UC Law student opportunity to make a difference

December 3, 2020

For third-year student Alexa Edwards, the Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic proved to be a valuable experience. Her desire to be involved with the clinic stemmed from a passion for helping others. “I studied communication and psychology at the University of Louisville,” she recalls, “and I didn’t exactly know what I wanted to do until after the 2016 election, when I knew I wanted to do something with law.”


Recent UC Law alum argues in Ohio Supreme Court Case

December 3, 2020

In what was a unique opportunity and achievement for a recent graduate, Celia Klug Weingartner ’18 recently had an opportunity to litigate before the Supreme Court of Ohio in the case In re A.M., Slip Opinion No. 2020-Ohio-5102. For her, the preparation process was fairly intensive, requiring plenty of research, reading, and practicing.