Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Current Issue: Winter 2019

Special Edition: Education Law

In this issue, Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly explores topics all about education law, including articles about law school graduation numbers, student loan debt, Title IX developments and more. Plus, this issue will entertain you with pieces about limited guardianships, immigration law updates, navigating difficult workplaces and more.

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Table of Contents

PRESIDENT'S PAGE


Here We Are: 150 Years Later
by Samuel A. Peppers, III

BAR INSIDER


Theme: The Heart of Your Legal Writing
by Mark Kitrick and Mark Lewis

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

BETTER LAWYER


Toxic v. Hostile Workplaces: When Does It Cross the Line?
by Alexis V. Preskar

Buy American and Hire American: An Executive Order with Immigration Consequences
by Payam Yazdani

PARALEGAL POINTERS


PACO Affiliations: Paralegal Opportunities Local to National
by Brittany Hays and Callie Kessler

POINTS OF PRACTICE


Putting a Stop to the "Drop and Swap"? Commercial Real Estate Loophole May Soon Close
by Adam R. Todd

The Empty Chair Doesn't Need to be an Empty Opportunity: Apportioning Fault to Immune Employers
by Phillip M. Sarnowski

The Four Cs of the "Limited Guardianship for Mental Health Care Purposes"
by Phillip Fierst

A Deep Divide: How Executive Order 13769 Changed Immigration Law
by Mazen Rasoul

Four Things Your Mediator Wishes You Would Do
by Shawn K. Judge

WINTER '19: EDUCATION LAW


Law Schools: The Real Employment Numbers for the Law Class of 2017
by Jason M. Dolin

Guarding the Schoolhouse Gate: Protecting Privacy Rights for Transgender Students
by Hannah L. Botkin-Doty

Navigating Student Loan Debt
by Shalyn Smith and Laura Soltis

Rural Education Advocacy in Appalachian Ohio
by Lucy Schwallie

College Sex and Climate Change
by Leslie Albeit

LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW


Eating Disorders Affect Lawyers, Too
by Scott R. Mote

Acadia National Park Has Something for Everyone
by Hon. David E. Cain

Lawyers With Artistic License: David Shroyer
by Heather G. Sowald

JURY VERDICTS


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

 

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