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The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today issued an advisory opinion concerning a lawyer’s responsibilities when representing a client-organization.
Ohio Supreme Court justices have approved the appointment of Anderson M. Renick as the new clerk of the Ohio Court of Claims.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced May disciplinary hearings involving attorneys and judges charged with professional misconduct.
The Ohio Supreme Court’s Children and Families Section invited judges, prosecutors, child welfare agencies, and experts to a recent forum to try to improve collaboration in child welfare cases.
The Ohio Supreme Court today released the results of the February 2018 Ohio Bar Examination, which was administered in Columbus on Feb. 27-March 1.
The Ohio Supreme Court’s Judicial & Education Services Division was the recipient of the 2018 Award of Excellence from the Ohio Jury Management Association (OJMA).
Dressed in period costumes, nearly 450 Ohio middle school students filled the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center for the annual mock trial showcase.
The roots of dispute resolution within the Ohio court system run deep. Its creation has allowed big and small cases to be settled peacefully without stepping foot inside a courtroom.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced it has filed 10 disciplinary case reports with the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Hundreds of Putnam County students watched the 75th edition of Ohio Supreme Court oral arguments when the Court’s Off-Site program visited Ottawa.
The Ohio Supreme Court joins libraries nationwide in celebrating the many ways libraries lead their communities through programs and expertise.
Vassar College Professor and neuroscientist Abigail Baird told a roomful of Ohio judges how science can explain why teenagers end up in trouble — and in the Ohio court system.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced April disciplinary hearings involving attorneys and judges charged with professional misconduct.
The Ohio Supreme Court is requesting public comment on a proposal that would create a definition of “candidate” for non-judicial elective office in Ohio. The proposed change seeks to clarify when a judge seeking a non-judicial office must resign from the bench.
Ohio Attorneys who are out of compliance with their continuing legal education (CLE) requirements for the compliance period ending Dec. 31, 2017 must complete their hours by April 2.
A consortium of state agencies gathered at a local conference aimed at helping end the cycle of domestic abuse for Ohio children.
The Board of Commissioners of the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection has awarded $80,354 to 25 victims of attorney theft.
The Ohio Supreme Court will travel to Putnam County on April 11 as part of its Off-Site Court Program, where justices hear arguments outside of Columbus to educate Ohio students and the public about the judicial branch of government.
Four hundred mediators, lawyers, and judges gathered in Columbus this week to participate in the Ohio Supreme Court’s first-ever statewide Dispute Resolution Conference.
Three Supreme Court books, each more than a century old, were discovered recently at the Ohio Statehouse. Take a look inside these priceless volumes for a glimpse into a bit of Court history.