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Balance tips to women at nation’s law schools

The year 2016 marked a notable landmark for women in the ranks of law schools nationwide. For the first time, women who were enrolled in juris doctor programs outnumbered men. Women’s ranks reached 55,766 at accredited law schools, while men’s totaled 55,059. Those numbers put women in a slight majority, at 50.32 percent. Read More of "Balance tips to women at nation’s law schools"

Kathleen Maloney, Supreme Court of Ohio

Jury finds former Summit County councilwoman guilty of taking bribes and related crimes

A former Summit County councilwoman was convicted of taking cash bribes in exchange for trying to influence court proceedings and investigations, said U.S. Attorney Carole S. Rendon and FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephen D. Anthony. Read More of "Jury finds former Summit County councilwoman guilty of taking bribes and related crimes"

Ohio Joint Study Committee on Drug Use Prevention Education issues recommendations

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, House Speaker Clifford Rosenberger (R-Clarksville), and Senate President Larry Obhof (R-Medina) recently released the Ohio Joint Study Committee on Drug Use Prevention Education's list of recommendations on options for implementing age-appropriate substance abuse education in schools across all grade levels. Read More of "Ohio Joint Study Committee on Drug Use Prevention Education issues recommendations"

Defending a fair and impartial judiciary

“The Ohio State Bar Association represents lawyers and judges from all different backgrounds and points of view. In turn, these lawyers represent Ohioans who seek access to justice. Therefore, when the importance of judicial review and the independence of the judiciary is challenged, even by the President of the United States, we feel compelled and uniquely positioned to provide perspective. Read More of "Defending a fair and impartial judiciary"

Ronald S. Kopp, President, Ohio State Bar Association

PUCO offers guide to establishing utility services

As 2017 gets going, Ohioans may find themselves moving to a new home or business location. This can be an exciting but hectic time. To help make that transition a smooth one, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) offers some helpful information for establishing utility services like electric, natural gas, telephone and water service. Read More of "PUCO offers guide to establishing utility services"

Auditor Yost, legislators announce legislation to curb fraud in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

In an effort to curb fraud in Ohio’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Auditor of State Dave Yost, Rep. Tim Schaffer and Sen. Matt Huffman have announced new legislation to require photos of many recipients on the state’s SNAP Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards. Read More of "Auditor Yost, legislators announce legislation to curb fraud in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program"

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