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Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor today issued guidelines for the convening of a new Ohio Supreme Court Task Force on wrongful convictions that would “analyze current practices and recommend improvements to further our standards of justice.”
The Ohio Supreme Court approved a new amendment to the code of Judicial Conduct regarding judicial campaign contribution limits.
For the Ohio Supreme Court justices, oral arguments are part of a routine day at the office. For the attorneys there to present cases, it’s anything but an ordinary experience.
The Ohio Supreme Court has released a new bench book to help mayor’s courts navigate day-to-day operations more smoothly and efficiently.
National and state leaders who’ve used dispute resolution to solve high-profile conflicts will explore new strategies at the Ohio Supreme Court’s second statewide dispute resolution conference on March 10.
The Ohio Supreme Court has adopted an amendment to its Rules of Practice that prohibits the filing of multiple extensions of time by parties on the same side of a case.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced the schedule for three hearings set for February. All hearings take place before a three-member panel of the Board and are open to the public.
The Ohio Supreme Court and the Ohio State Bar Association are partnering to sponsor a three-hour continuing legal education (CLE) program, designed for judges and attorneys.
The path to the Ohio Supreme Court can follow many twists and turns. For Justice Melody Stewart, it started with an interest in music theory and composition.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor traveled to Meigs and Jackson counties to award court technology grants.
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.