The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced the filing of 16 disciplinary case reports with the Ohio Supreme Court.
The Board of Commissioners of the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection has awarded $240,000 to 16 victims of attorney theft.
Before Ohio’s newest legislators officially begin their terms at the Statehouse next month, they were welcomed to their new roles by a member of Ohio’s top tier in the judiciary: the Supreme Court.
The newest set of mini documentaries about Ohio’s 88 county courthouses begins airing Dec. 3. The series began five years ago to showcase the courthouses across the Buckeye state.
Even after law school and the bar exam, an attorney never stops learning about the law. Twelve lawyers from Africa, Europe, and South America are taking their education to another level in Ohio.
After six years of time and $16 million in renovations, the Logan County Courthouse is back open for business.
Nearly 600 attorneys took their oaths and received their certificates to practice law before all seven justices at the Ohio Supreme Court’s annual fall bar admission ceremony at the Palace Theatre in Columbus.
Representatives from Guam all the way to Puerto Rico traveled to the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center to talk about the numerous elements of domestic violence that surface and how they can enhance the process in their court systems, especially for victims.
Nearly 600 new lawyers will walk across the stage Nov. 13 to receive their law certificates and be admitted to practice law in Ohio during two special Supreme Court sessions at the Palace Theatre in Columbus.
The repeated return of individuals into the criminal justice system has pressed Ohio courts to learn about trauma and its role in some actions that lead to legal trouble. By grasping how trauma disrupts lives, courts diminish conflicts during proceedings, curtail recidivism, and improve outcomes for the individuals and for the judicial system.
In a high-profile election year for state and federal races, Ohio’s judicial elections stood out for the change created with this week’s results: two newly elected Supreme Court justices, 14 defeated incumbents, and 49 attorneys who won their first judicial seats.
A former state solicitor and current federal appeals judge has made it a career mission to raise awareness about the importance of state entities when handling or ruling on local issues. It’s a position shared by his one-time colleague: Ohio Supreme Court Justice Judith French.
Positioned on a busy corner in downtown Columbus stands a mural dedicated to historic Ohio leaders who dedicated their lives to advancing social change.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has announced the certification of nine new cases for formal disciplinary proceedings.
Graduates who have successfully battled their addiction to drugs recently gathered to celebrate Ashtabula County Drug Court’s 10th anniversary.
Ohio attorneys now have access to a resource for understanding, identifying, and reporting elder abuse.
The Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center welcomes more than 12,000 visitors each year. It’s a feat that wouldn’t be possible without 17 people who devote their time and knowledge about the building and the state’s judicial history: volunteer tour guides.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced November disciplinary hearings involving attorneys and judges charged with professional misconduct.
More than 200 people lined up inside Franklin County Municipal Court looking for a way to be lawfully behind the wheel after lengthy, sometimes years-long, entanglements.
November’s general election in Ohio includes 164 judicial seats at the state, appellate, common pleas, and county court levels and nearly 240 candidates vying for those seats. Included are two openings on the Ohio Supreme Court.