Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Current Issue: Summer 2019

Special Edition:
Lawyer Mental & Physical Well-Being


In this issue, Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly is focusing on attorney mental health and well-being. We’ve compiled some great articles on self-care, yoga and meditation, mental illnesses and more. Plus, peek inside for pieces on medical marijuana laws in Ohio, how young lawyers are the future of the profession, bankruptcy law and more.

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Table of Contents

PRESIDENT'S PAGE


Taking Our Traditions into Tomorrow: 150 Years of the CBA
by Magistrate Amy Koorn

INTRODUCTIONS


Kari Murphy: Assistant Executive Director & Director of Diversity
by Brianna Antinoro

BAR INSIDER


Should You Argue or Tell a Story? Law & Literature Series, Part 5
by Mark Kitrick and Mark Lewis

Your IOLTA/IOTA Can Improve Access to Justice
by Emily White

The Rural Law Practice: Is It For You?
by Judith McInturff

BETTER LAWYER


Breaking Out of Your Comfort Zone: Lessons for New Attorneys
by Sara Katz

The Future of the Profession Rests on Our Shoulders
by Hon. Jaiza Page

POINTS OF PRACTICE


Protecting Your Client's Judgment from Discharge in Bankruptcy: What Every State Court Litigator Should Know
by Jonathan D'Andrea and Hon. C. Kathryn Preston

Go Green: Senate Bill 57 and Redefining Hemp
by Bryan Pritikin

BAR HAPPENINGS


Photo Gallery and Calendar of Events

SUMMER '19: LAWYER MENTAL & PHYSICAL WELL-BEING


Practice: Yoga and the Law
by Ashley L. Johns

We Are Not Alone
by Bobbie O'Keefe

Self-Compassion Wins the Race
by Pat Snyder, ACC

My Sister's Keeper
by Hannah Botkin-Doty

Horses: Exercising Them and Us at the Same Time
by Janyce C. Katz

Are You a Lawyer Who Helps Other Lawyers?
by Scott R. Mote

LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW


Lawyers With Artistic License: Douglas S. Morgan
by Heather G. Sowald

The Best of Africa: Wild Game & Waterfalls (Part 1)
by Hon. David E. Cain, Ret.

JURY VERDICTS


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

 

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