Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Current Issue: Fall 2016

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Articles in this issue include: ​

Art and the Law at the Ohio Judicial Center
by Ashley Bartman Watson

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

Climbing a Multigenerational Mountain
by Brigid E. Heid

Effective File Management
by Gretchen K. Mote

Every Lawyer Should Attend a National Political Convention
by Frank J. Reed Jr.

Flipping the Tables: Mock Trial Offers Opportunities for Attorneys to Learn from Students
by Daniel P. Porembski

Law Schools: The Real Employment Numbers for the Law Class of 2015
by Jason M. Dolin

Lawfully Present or Legally Present?
by Orsolya Hamar-Hilt and David S. Bloomfield Sr.

Lawyers with Artistic License: Athena Inembolidis
by Heather G. Sowald

Make Your Judicial Vote Count in 2016
by Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor

National Convention Serves as Unity Point for Political Parties Ahead of Election Day
by Councilmember Michael P. Stinziano

New Columbus Medical-Legal Partnership Uses the Law to Increase Health
by E. Jane Taylor

Snow, Hail and Wind Add Adventure to Annual Hike
by Hon. David E. Cain

Staff Attorney Positions Offer Good Option for Some Working Moms
by Rachel Chodera Monaghan

The Lost Art: Negotiation in the Small Business World
by Kwame O. Christian

The Professional Judgment Rule in Ohio: Part 1
by Rick E. Marsh

Voting: A Right Fought for but Ignored
by Janyce C. Katz

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