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Lecture Series

The Ohio Northern University College of Law presents two annual lecture series, the Kormendy Lecture Series and the Laurence Neal Woodworth Memorial Lectures in Federal Tax Law and Policy. The Fred L. Carhart Memorial Program in Legal Ethics offers a lecture in even years and a symposium in odd years. The Dean's Lecture Series brings law faculty from across the United States to share their expertise.

Kormendy Lecture Series

In 1980 a lectureship in the College of Law was established through an endowment gift from Helen E. Kormendy, widow of the late Dr. Steven W. Kormendy. The Dr. Steven W. Kormendy and Helen E. Kormendy Law Lecture Fund is used each year to bring prominent individuals to campus to address matters of law in a public forum in the College of Law. Learn more...

Woodworth Lecture Series

The Laurence Neal Woodworth Memorial Lecture series honors the memory of Laurence Neal Woodworth, a 1940 graduate of Ohio Northern University and long-time Chief of Staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation. Dr. Woodworth joined the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation in 1944 after he received his masters degree in Economics from the University of Denver. Learn more...

Carhart Memorial Program in Legal Ethics

The Fred L. Carhart Memorial Program in Legal Ethics was established at the College of Law in 2007.  The program brings eminent scholars, jurists, and lawyers to Ohio Northern to actively engage in lectures, seminars, and panel discussions for the benefit of our students, the college and university communities, and the public, as well as the bench and bar.  The Carhart program will fund lectures and symposia in alternating years. The first lecture was held in 2007-2008. Learn more...

Dean's Lecture Series

The Dean’s Lecture Series was established in 2004-05 to enhance the intellectual environment within the College of Law and encourage scholarly discussion among students, faculty, and visiting scholars.  Learn more...