Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Current Issue: Summer 2018

Special Edition: Vacation & Leisure

In this issue, Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly dives into legal topics that center around vacation and leisure: international travel and healthcare, parks & recreation, your rights when traveling by car, noise ordinances, owning or renting vacation homes, hosting outdoor parties and sports liability. This issue also tackles legal writing styles, conflict management, immigration visas and more.

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Table of Contents

PRESIDENT'S PAGE


What Can the Bar Do for You?
by Samuel A. Peppers, III

BAR INSIDER


Legal Storytelling: Character, Conflict and Arc
by Mark Kitrick and Mark Lewis

Lawyer Discipline Cases in the Supreme Court of Ohio
by Nelson Genshaft

BETTER LAWYER


Barrister Leadership Program: A Rewarding Opportunity for New Attorneys
by Rebecca Bradley

Hiring Internationally: Immigrants Get the Job Done
by Payam Yazdani

Can You or Can’t You? Contractions in Legal Writing
by Ian F. Gaunt

POINTS OF PRACTICE


What Can You Learn from a Country Lawyer? Abe Lincoln Revisited
by Don Gregory

Conflict is What You Make It
by Cynthia Price

SUMMER '18: VACATION & LEISURE


Recreation and Parks: Making Columbus a Great Place to Live
by Rob Dorans

Florida vs. Ohio Homestead: Why Does It Matter?
by Brittany Pace

Who Let the Dogs Out?
by Isaac Rinsky

Summer Fun and the Associated Risks: Who is Responsible for the Resulting Injury?
by Abigail Chin and Elizabeth Moyo

There's No Place Like Home
by Jeffrey Kaman

Automobile Travel Tips, North and South of the Border
by William Nesbitt and Chelsea Lund

An Ounce of Prevention: Health Tips for Safe Travels
by Mairi K. Mull

Traveling Internationally: The Quick and Safe Way
by David Bloomfield and Orsolya Hamar-Hilt

LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW


Get Active and Out of the Desk Chair!
by Kristin Gordon-Hock

Embrace Eight Traits for Wellness
by Scott R. Mote

Try Southwest Scenery for Serious Sightseeing
by Hon. David E. Cain

Lawyers with Artistic License: Sean Harris
by Heather G. Sowald

JURY VERDICTS


Civil Jury Trials, Franklin County Common Pleas Court
by Monica L. Waller

 

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