Forget about summer plans. More than 200 Ohio middle school students recently hit the books to show off their knowledge of the United States Constitution.
After years of studying, and passing the biggest test of their lives, 170 lawyers joined the legal profession at the annual spring Ohio Bar Admissions Ceremony.
Spring is arguably the most inviting time of year to simply get out and wander. For visitors to the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center, the warmer weather is just one reason why the three-month stretch is undoubtedly the building’s busiest season.
The Ohio Supreme Court today announced the adoption of amendments to the Ohio Code of Judicial Conduct to increase the time a judicial candidate’s campaign committee can start soliciting and receiving campaign contributions.
More than 170 new lawyers will walk across the stage at the Palace Theatre in Columbus May 13 to receive their law certificates and be admitted to practice law in Ohio.
The Ohio Supreme Court bestowed its highest honors to three employees during a packed courtroom ceremony attended by Justices and staff.
The work of drug courts is often a life-saving endeavor. A documentary film released today provides a gripping, up-close look at how three courts in one state – Ohio – approach the American epidemic.
Hundreds of top judges, jail, and court personnel recently gathered to discuss strategies to make justice more fair in Ohio, regardless of how much money is in a defendant’s bank account.
After successful driver’s license reinstatement programs that impacted thousands of people in some of Ohio’s largest cities, hundreds more reaped the benefits with the first rural event in the state.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has set its May hearings schedule. All hearings take place before a three-member board and are open to the public.
Justices Patrick Fischer and Melody Stewart were among the panel of judges for latest state moot court championship won by Danville High School.
Summit County Juvenile Judge Linda Tucci Teodosio recently delivered welcome remarks to help celebrate Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Day in Akron.
Buses from all over Ashtabula County made their way to Geneva High School this week, as the northeast Ohio community hosted the Ohio Supreme Court’s oral arguments.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today issued advisory opinions on attorney transfer of shares in a law firm to a trust and representation of governmental clients and criminal defendants in unrelated matters by the same law firm.
The Ohio Supreme Court today released results from the February 2019 Ohio Bar Examination.
The Ohio Supreme Court will accept public comments on proposed amendments that would create standard forms for the sealing or expungement of court records.
Representatives from across the state came to Central Ohio to not only enhance the technology of their court operations, but make them more efficient and cost effective.
Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor announced today that 47 local court projects are receiving more than $2.9 million in this year’s technology grant funding through the Ohio Supreme Court.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor announced today the selection of U.S. Army Colonel Jeffrey C. Hagler as the Court’s next administrative director.
The Ohio Supreme Court has extended its deadline for state lawyers to fill out a survey about pro bono work to April 19, 2019. Attorneys who have already filled out the survey don’t need to fill it out again.