Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Current Issue: Fall 2017

Special Edition: Haunting Legal Issues

In this issue, Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly investigates haunting legal issues: from zombie legislation to artificial intelligence, sexual assaults to Venmo and stalking lawsuits to ongoing gun deliberation. This issue also examines law school employment, an Addiction Stabilization Center and a Women in the Profession Survey.

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Table of Contents

PRESIDENT'S PAGE


Finding Happiness: Saving The Heart and Soul of Our Profession One Lawyer at A Time
by Lisa Pierce Reisz

BAR INSIDER


WLFC Celebrates 75 Years with Women in the Profession Survey
by Celia Kilgard-Schnupp

Rick Pfeiffer: A Lifetime of Law and Service
by Mark Rutkus

Law Schools: The Real Employment Numbers for the Law Class of 2016
by Jason Dolin

BETTER LAWYER


Advocating Opportunity Benefits All
by Bryan Gramlich

A Primer on Trending FMLA Issues
by Peter Friedmann

POINTS OF PRACTICE


Maximize Your Billable Hour
by Eimear Bahnson

Making Mediation Work!
by Jessica Goldman

Going for 20
by Greg Kirstein

FALL '17: HAUNTING LEGAL ISSUES


Raising the Dead: Zombie Legislation
by Melanie Tobias

A Retired Judge’s Reflections: Artificial Intelligence
by Hon. Patrick Sheeran

Pursuing Justice: The Ohio Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Kit Testing Initiative
by Mike DeWine

Legislating Gun Bills: Lots of Storytelling, Little Data
by Jeffrey Eyerman and Jack D’Aurora

The Right of the People: The Second Amendment and its Jurisprudence
by Derek DeBrosse

Avoid Being Haunted by an Investment Gone Bad
by David P. Meyer

The Ugly Truth: Sexual Assaults in Franklin County
by Kacey Chappelear

What the heck is a Venmo? Who is Zelle? Don’t Be Afraid of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Payment Services
by Jeffrey A. Willis

Simply Obsesssed: What Makes a Stalker?
by Stephen Steinberg

LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW


Addiction Stabilization Center May Provide Welcome Relief
by Hon. David E. Cain

Lawyers with Artistic License: Rosemary Ebner Pomeroy
by Heather G. Sowald

JURY VERDICTS


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

 

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