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The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has set its May hearings schedule. All hearings take place before a three-member board and are open to the public.
Justices Patrick Fischer and Melody Stewart were among the panel of judges for latest state moot court championship won by Danville High School.
Summit County Juvenile Judge Linda Tucci Teodosio recently delivered welcome remarks to help celebrate Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Day in Akron.
Buses from all over Ashtabula County made their way to Geneva High School this week, as the northeast Ohio community hosted the Ohio Supreme Court’s oral arguments.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct today issued advisory opinions on attorney transfer of shares in a law firm to a trust and representation of governmental clients and criminal defendants in unrelated matters by the same law firm.
The Ohio Supreme Court today released results from the February 2019 Ohio Bar Examination.
The Ohio Supreme Court will accept public comments on proposed amendments that would create standard forms for the sealing or expungement of court records.
Representatives from across the state came to Central Ohio to not only enhance the technology of their court operations, but make them more efficient and cost effective.
Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor announced today that 47 local court projects are receiving more than $2.9 million in this year’s technology grant funding through the Ohio Supreme Court.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor announced today the selection of U.S. Army Colonel Jeffrey C. Hagler as the Court’s next administrative director.
The Ohio Supreme Court has extended its deadline for state lawyers to fill out a survey about pro bono work to April 19, 2019. Attorneys who have already filled out the survey don’t need to fill it out again.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct recently filed five disciplinary-case reports with the Ohio Supreme Court. Each report recommended discipline for an attorney charged with professional misconduct.
For many Franklin County residents, their road leads to the county court. What drives that kind of traffic is a basic necessity for millions of Ohioans: a driver’s license.
The opioid epidemic has created a crime and treatment crisis for all kinds of American communities. But the ones that may be most affected are small and rural jurisdictions.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has set its April hearings schedule.
The Ohio Supreme Court will accept public comment on proposed amendments to the Ohio Code of Judicial Conduct to increase the time a judicial candidate’s campaign committee can start soliciting and receiving campaign contributions.
Every year, thousands of children in Ohio are impacted by the judicial system through no fault of their own. It’s a reality that compels courts and child welfare agencies to coordinate their efforts to ensure the safety and stability of such juveniles who end up in foster care.
Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor is urging all state lawyers to fill out a survey about pro bono work for Ohioans who can’t afford legal services. The short survey should be completed by April 5, 2019.
It’s been nearly 30 years since a professional team in Cincinnati has won a championship, but one Cincinnati area high school has created a dynasty over the past decade.
The Ohio Supreme Court initiative that brought eight states together to fight the opioid epidemic is being replicated by the six New England states.