Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Spring 2016

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Articles in this issue include: ​

All You Can Take With You Is That Which You’ve Given Away
by Jay E. Michael

A Review of “Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World”
by Janyce C. Katz

Appalachia’s Children
by Michael L. Corey

Bolding the Bold
by Bruce A. Campbell

Civil Jury Trials and the 2015 Year in Review
by Monica L. Waller

Common Labor & Employment Mistakes Your Clients May Be Making
by Anne E. McNab

Federal Court Oversight of DYS Ends with Celebration of Results
by Alphonse A. Gerhardstein and Kimberly B. Tandy

Home Sweet “Homestead”
by Lloyd E. Fisher Jr.

Human Trafficking Knows No Age: The Role of Attorneys Representing Juvenile Trafficking Victims
by Victoria A. Bader

It Takes a Village
by Lindsay M. Bouffard

Judicial Votes Count!
by Amy B. Koorn

Law Schools: The Great Shift Downward
by Jason M. Dolin

Law Students Depose Doctors: Capital University Law School’s New Depositions Course Pairs Law Students With Medical Residents From Grant Hospital
by Zachary B. Pyers, Kevin P. Foley, Rachel M. Janutis and Sarah L. Sams

Lawyers With Artistic License: Kate Graham
by Heather G. Sowald

Mediation in Domestic Relations Cases: When Children Are Involved
by Sandra Mendel Furman

Ohio's Fight to Combat Human Trafficking
by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine

Refugees or Asylees?
by David S. Bloomfield Sr. and Orsolya Hamar-Hilt

The World Is Her Playground
by The Honorable David E. Cain