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As the #MeToo movement maintains its impact across the nation, the legal experts continue to weigh in on its effect on the profession.
The Ohio Supreme Court released results today from the July 2018 Ohio Bar Examination.
The Ohio Supreme Court adopted one amendment to the Rules for the Government of the Bar involving attorney resignation and permanent retirement.
Here’s a scene that says a lot about Ohio’s opioid crisis: bailiffs being trained to use naloxone.
The Ohio Supreme Court will accept public comment until Nov. 21 on a proposed amendment that would generally prohibit filming and videotaping jurors or prospective jurors.
Supreme Court Justice Patrick Fischer was once just a face in the crowd, listening to what his peers and predecessors had to say. Now, after years of standing out in the private then public sector, others absorbed his words of wisdom at the Ohio Supreme Court’s Student to Lawyer Symposium in Columbus.
The Ohio Supreme Court is offering a new round of funding to courts for technology projects designed to remove barriers to the efficient and effective administration of justice.
People with different backgrounds from different parts of the state who are bound by their criminal struggles with substance addiction came together to share their battles and triumphs during the 14th annual Ohio Supreme Court Specialized Dockets Conference.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has issued an advisory opinion concerning the advertisement by lawyers of their juris doctor degrees and other earned academic degrees and professional licenses.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today announced it has filed 10 disciplinary case reports with the Ohio Supreme Court.
Four specialized court graduates will tell their recovery stories at the Ohio Supreme Court’s Specialized Dockets Conference at Ohio State University on Oct. 11 and 12.
The Ohio Supreme Court will accept public comment until Nov. 7, 2018 on a proposed amendment that will shorten the amount of time by which parties may agree to extend the time for filing certain documents.
When people hear about guardianship, most are only familiar with an adult taking care of a juvenile or, in fewer cases, an adult legally responsible for an elder.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has set its hearing schedule for October. All hearings take place before a three-member panel of the board and are open to the public.
Magistrates accept pleas, handle hearings, conduct jury trials, and author decisions in courts throughout the state. Working with the judges who assign them to perform these duties, Ohio’s magistrates have become integral to the operation of the state’s justice system.
If anyone can appreciate the unique role magistrates play in the Ohio judicial system, it’s former probate court magistrate and current Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice, Maureen O’Connor.
Just like most rural parts of Ohio, Clinton County can offer the comforts and conveniences of home. But sometimes, those comforts are disrupted. For at-risk children and teens, the concern is when one problem multiplies into long-term struggles.
The Ohio Judicial Conference’s annual meeting is a time when judges can reflect on the state of Ohio’s courts. But before they can look ahead to what needs done, it helps to acknowledge what’s been done and those who’ve done it.
The application period has opened for school officials to apply for grants to help defray the transportation costs for student field trips to the Ohio Supreme Court and its Visitor Education Center.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor will be honored today as this year’s recipient of the Thomas J. Moyer Award for Judicial Excellence.