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Approachability is the hallmark of ONU Law. Our faculty are deeply committed to developing students' legal and analytical skills and do so by opening their doors and engaging our students one-on-one. ONU Law's diverse and visionary curriculum will challenge your way of thinking and open your eyes to new world views. It is critical in law school to have the access to top legal scholars to assist you in understanding and dissecting the law. Our faculty have graduated from some of the top law schools in the country and are experts in their fields. At ONU Law, you professors will know you by name and will provide you with the necessary tools and skills to succeed in today's challenging legal profession.
Professor Scott Gerber's article Clarence Thomas, Fisher v. University of Texas, and the Future of Affirmative Action in Higher Education has been accepted for publication in the University of Richmond Law Review.
Professor Lauren Bartlett conducted a 2.5 hour CLE training for all the attorneys and paralegals (~60 people) of Legal Aid of Western Ohio (LAWO) and Advocates for Basic Legal Equality (ABLE) last week. The training focused on integrating human rights into every day legal aid work, including making human rights arguments before courts and policymakers, and integrating human rights into office systems and the client-staff relationship.
Professor Lauren Newell's article Redefining Attention (and Revamping the Legal Profession?) for the Digital Generation has been published in the Nevada Law Journal, 15 Nev. L. J. 754 (2015).