Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Spring 2018

Special Edition: Environmental Law

In this issue, Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly digs into Environmental Law: from nutrient pollution to climate change, national parks to fracking and water rights to wildlife trafficking. This issue also investigates life as a new attorney, parenting coordination, working remotely and more.

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Table of Contents

PRESIDENT'S PAGE


Lawyering in the Digital Age: Harnessing the Power of Technology
by Lisa Pierce Reisz

SPRING FEATURE


Ask the Attorney Celebrates Six Years
by Kelsey Pohlman

BAR INSIDER


Women in the Profession: Lessons I Have Learned
by Betty Montgomery

Serving the Underserved: PACO & LASC Pro Bono Wills Clinics
by Teresa Scharf

BETTER LAWYER


Diary of a New Associate: Balancing Insecurities with Confidence
by Lindsey Roberts

"Network to Get Work", "It's Who You Know", and Other Unhelpful Proverbs
by Hannah Botkin-Doty

Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Young Lawyers
by Jeremy R. Abrams

POINTS OF PRACTICE


Working from Home: Observations from a Mid-Career Employment Lawyer
by Brigid Heid

Post-Decree Co-Parenting is No "Piece of Cake"
by Charlotte Parsons

SPRING '18: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW


Legal Medical Marijuana in Ohio Should Lead to Better Environmental Practices
by Luis M. Alcalde, Rachel Friedman and Lloyd Pierre-Louis

Wildlife Trafficking in Ohio: Disease Runs Rampant
by Heather Robinson

Climate Change Law at a Crossroads
by Cinnamon Carlarne

A Tilted Balance: Emerging Regulation of Nutrient Pollution in Ohio
by Rees Alexander

Go with the Flow: Ohio Groundwater Rights
by Ian F. Gaunt

National Parks as Resources for People: A History
by Janyce C. Katz

Oil and Gas: A Tricky Lease
by Gerrod Bede

The Future of Fracking in Ohio
by Frank J. Reed, Jr.

LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW


Most Lawyers Are Happy: Here’s Why
by Scott R. Mote

From Law Office to Barnyard: One Exciting Career Change
by Hon. David E. Cain

Lawyers with Artistic License: Maritza S. Nelson
by Heather G. Sowald

JURY VERDICTS


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