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David W. Raack

Professor of Law
Tilton Hall #180
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David Raack joined the faculty at Ohio Northern University College of Law in 1984. He has been visiting professor of law at the University of Toledo College of Law and St. Louis University Law School. Prior to joining the ONU faculty, he was a graduate teaching fellow at Temple University Law School. Before that, he practiced law in St. Louis, Mo., in a small firm.

LL.M., Columbia University School of Law
LL.M., Temple University Law School
J.D., University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
B.A., University of Kansas
Bar Admissions: 

Ohio Bar Association
American Inns of Court
Missouri Bar Association (inactive)
American Bar Association

Teaching Interests: 

Environmental Law
Natural Resources Law
Land Use

Faculty Activities

R. M. Wanamaker: A Judge Ahead of His Time, THE WRIT (Spring 2003).

The Ethics 2000 Commission's Proposed Revision of the Model Rules: Substantive Change or Just a Makeover?, 27 OHIO No. U. L. REV. 233 (2001).

Book Reviews: 

Biodiversity and the Law, 5 OHIO No. U. ENVTL. L.J. 23 (Spring 1997)


Ohio CLE Program: Representing Multiple Defendants in Criminal Cases: Legal and Ethical Issues, moderator and author of program materials, American Inn of Court, Ada, OH, April 23, 1998.

Ethics and Professionalism: Environmental Ethics (speaker), March 3, 1999, Ohio Northern University College of Law, Ada, Ohio.

Ethics and Substance Abuse CLE: The Ethics of Witness Preparation (speaker; also prepared materials for distribution), December 4, 1999, Ohio Northern University College of Law, Ada, Ohio.