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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.

Faculty News

  • Professor Deidre Keller was the faculty advisor on graduated student Josh Lanphear's article Reconceptualizing"For Public Use" in the Aftermath of Horne v. Department of Agriculture, which will appear in 94 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review (fall 2016). 
  • Professor Lauren Newell's article Up in Smoke? Unintended Consequences of Retail Marijuana Laws for Partnerships, has been accepted for publication in Volume 38 of the Cardozo Law Review.  On April 9, she presented on a panel entitled Negotiation Courses: Beyond the Roleplay? at the 18th Annual ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference in New York City. Her blog post, Interview Speed Dating, was published on the dispute resolution blog Indisputably.  The post is available here:
  • Professor Steve Veltri's article (co-authored with Greg Cavanagh) Payments, was published at 70 The Business Lawyer 1197 (2015).
  • Professor Jean-Marie Kamitali was in Rwanda on a USAID trip to train judges and government lawyers April 16-23. Immediately after graduation he headed to Bangui, Central Africa Republic. He was was invited as UN expert to train the government officials on laws on genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity and help the government develop a strategic plan on the prevention and punishment of these crimes.
  • Professor Kevin Hill's article The Crisis in Scientific Publishing and its Effect on the Admissibility of Scientific Evidence  will be published in the John Marshall Law Review.