The Ohio Supreme Court today announced the adoption of an amendment to the Rules for the Government of the Bar of Ohio that would add a fee to certificates of good standing.
Inside the Greater Columbus Convention Center, hundreds of people recently gathered to discuss a dark issue, and bring it into the light: human trafficking.
The Ohio Supreme Court is accepting applications for a program aimed at improving access to justice for low-income, underserved, and disadvantaged Ohioans.
After years of planning, and 11 months of renovations worth $4.2 million, the Fulton County Courthouse’s transformation to a different time, and world, is complete.
Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor announced today that 54 local court projects are receiving more than $3.2 million in this year’s technology grant funding through the Ohio Supreme Court.
Court professionals from across Ohio gathered this fall for their annual three-day conference in Columbus.
The Ohio Supreme Court adopted several mediation rule changes in 2019 that take effect on January 1, including requiring courts to incorporate the state’s Uniform Mediation Act, identify the cases eligible for mediation, and address confidentiality.
Seven cases are set for hearings before the Ohio Board of Professional Conduct in January.
The Guernsey County Courthouse has always been the center of attention in downtown Cambridge. Thirteen years ago, a native son made it more colorful.
The attorney famous for delivering compensation for victims and survivors of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, will be featured as the keynote speaker at next year’s Dispute Resolution Conference.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has filed 13 disciplinary case reports with the Ohio Supreme Court. Each report recommends discipline for an attorney charged with professional misconduct.
Registration is now open for a statewide conference that brings national experts to the center stage to highlight the importance of dispute resolution in solving legal disputes.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced the re-election of Judge John W. Wise as chairman and attorney Patricia A. Wise as vice chair.
The Ohio Supreme Court will accept public comments through Jan. 2 on proposed amendments for the annual update to the Rules of Practice and Procedure, including those concerning pre-trial release in criminal cases and the civil discovery process.
Smartphones are arguably the biggest technological evolution over the past generation. That change is particularly noticeable in court cases.
The Board of Commissioners of the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection has awarded $15,880 to five victims of attorney theft.
Every November, people are reminded of the sacrifices veterans have made. In Ohio, dozens of vets continue to serve by offering their time, effort, and expertise to help brothers and sisters in arms who’ve landed in the criminal justice system.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced December disciplinary hearings involving attorneys and judges charged with professional misconduct.
Every year, hundreds of judges, court officers, and treatment personnel come to Columbus to learn more about the state’s specialty courts. This year, they came in record numbers.
For the first time, law students at the University of Toledo Law School got a front row seat to see how the Ohio Board of Professional Conduct decides the fate of attorneys and judges who commit misconduct.