Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Summer 2020

Special Edition: Election Law

This issue of Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly scrutinizes election law and procedure. Look inside for articles examining compulsory voting, voting accessibility issues, a centennial celebration of women’s suffrage and more. Plus, get some writing tips, advice for tackling return-to-work amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, ethics cases and more.

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Table of Contents

PRESIDENT'S PAGE


Lead the Way
by Robert D. Erney

BAR INSIDER


Where Science Meets Storytelling: The Drama of Change
by Mark Kitrick and Mark Lewis

Lawyer Discipline Cases in the Supreme Court of Ohio
by Nelson E. Genshaft

BETTER LAWYER


Law Schools: Painful Lessons from the Great Recession
by Jason M. Dolin

IT'S A SMALL WORLD


Meetings from a Social Distance
by Kevin C. Rouch

POINTS OF PRACTICE


Business, Interrupted
by Gary Moll

The New Normal for Law Firms in a Post-Pandemic World
by Steven M. Loewengart

BAR HAPPENINGS


Photo Gallery and Calendar of Events

SUMMER '20: ELECTION LAW


The Women of Our Past: 100 Years of Women's Suffrage
by Christine Wieg

Accessibility of Voting for People with Disabilities
by Lisa Wurm

Extending the Sphere: Potential Advantages and Disadvantages of Compulsory Voting in the United States
by Michael Robertson

Election Contingencies and COVID-19: Lessons Learned
by Patrick T. Lewis, Robert J. Tucker, and Douglas A. Vonderhaar

STUDENT SECTION


The Value of Working During Law School
by Ben Hachten

"Getting Involved": Benefits & Best Practices
by Megan Nelson

LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW


Lawyers With Artistic License: Alexander H. Hastie
by Heather G. Sowald

5 Things Lawyers Need to Know About Reacting
by Scott R. Mote

Clinical Trials 101: A Basic Discussion of an Important Process
by Janyce C. Katz

JURY VERDICTS


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