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Two Assistant United States Attorneys who successfully prosecuted an international terrorism investigation and a Canton police detective who worked collaboratively to combat the opioid epidemic were among those honored with Justice Department’s highest recognition on Tuesday, September 18th.
On September 20th, Ohio’s legal professionals and community leaders gathered at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Law and Leadership Institute (LLI), a statewide non-profit that works with students from underserved communities to educate and prepare them for success in college, future leadership roles, and careers in the legal profession.
Rather than having to introduce and pass a resolution every year to recognize the contributions Latin Americans have made to Ohio, a pair of Latino lawmakers has championed a bill that would codify a Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month.
Nine law schools will serve as regional hosts for the 2018-19 American Bar Association’s Negotiation Competition: Quinnipiac University School of Law, New York Law School, George Mason University School of Law, Elon University School of Law, Michigan State University College of Law, Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana, University of Houston Law Center, Pepperdine University School of Law and Santa Clara University School of Law.
The Ohio and Indiana affiliates of Volunteers of America have merged into a new organization.
The University of Dayton Flyers came from behind three times to take leads, but Southeast Missouri scored the last three touchdowns of the contest in the game's final 12 minutes to pull away 40-21 Saturday afternoon in Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Find a new furry friend on September 22nd at the annual “WilmerHale Dogs of Fall Adoption Fest!”
A new report by the American Bar Association provides a first-of-its-kind look at access to justice commissions nationwide, offering an in-depth analysis of their structures, activities, staffing and funding as well as best-practice recommendations.
Forty Ohio fire departments will share $426,000 in grants from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) under a program to protect firefighters from carcinogens and other harmful health hazards encountered by firefighters during their daily work activities.
The Ohio Department of Education recently released the annual Ohio School Report Cards and, once again, student achievement increased statewide in multiple areas — and with most subgroups of students.
Early data gathered by wildlife agencies in the western basin of Lake Erie indicate great news for Ohio anglers, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The 2018 walleye hatch appears to be exceptional, the second highest in the history of the Ohio survey, and the yellow perch hatch was strong, well above its long-term average.
Two Akron men were indicted in federal court after police arrested them with 14 firearms, stolen police body armor and more than 1,000 grams of methamphetamine.
Perhaps the best indication that eSports is more than a passing fancy is the money college athletic departments, ESPN and aspiring team owners are chasing.
Auditors question authority of Commerce Department issuing additional licenses
$5 million program launches Oct. 15 in Montgomery, Ross and Scioto counties
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor has issued the following statement on state Issue 1, a proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution:
Sentence to run consecutively with 12-year sentence previously imposed for underlying role in $550 million Social Security fraud scheme
A Milan woman was charged in federal court with one count of solicitation to commit a crime of violence.
The International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI) today published three detailed letters sent on 21 June 2018 to the Premier of Bermuda, the then Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Secretary-General (SG) of the Commonwealth of Nations condemning the efforts of the legislature of Bermuda to reverse the Supreme Court of Bermuda’s 2017 decision regarding same-sex marriage. The letters also express concern at the general lack of support for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people, collectively referred to as the LGBTI community, in the country.
A pair of central Ohio lawmakers are hopeful their peers will consider a measure ultimately intended to improve the safety of students while boarding and exiting the school bus.