Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Current Issue: Winter 2021

Special Edition: Digital Law

This issue examines digital law: Zoom depositions, videoconferencing etiquette, and a perspective on the remote bar exam. Plus, look inside for an analysis of potential Biden administration immigration policies, an update from the Ohio Tenth District Court of Appeals, book reviews and more.

Click here to read the full publication online
(click here for tips on navigating the digital magazine)

Click here to download a PDF


Table of Contents

PRESIDENT'S PAGE


Reflections of a Virtual President: Improvise, Adapt and Overcome
by Robert D. Erney

BAR INSIDER


Lawyers Suck at Apologies: Empathy Reform in Legal Writing
by Mark Lewis

All Hands on Deck at the Tenth District During COVID-19
by Hon. Julia L. Dorrian

IT'S A SMALL WORLD


Immigration Law in the Time of Biden
by Kyle Knapp and Kevin Rouch

POINTS OF PRACTICE


Santa in Pandemic Times
by Anonymous

Pardon Power
by Hon. Laurel Beatty Blunt

BAR HAPPENINGS


Photo Gallery and Calendar of Events

WINTER '21: DIGITAL LAW


Zoom Ethics and Common Sense Advice for Lawyers
by Charles Kettlewell

Are Remote Depositions Here to Stay?
by Angie Starbuck

Bar Prep During COVID: A Lawyer's Perspective
by Katherine Silver Kelly

Zoom and Its Impact on Litigation: One Local Litigator's View
by Tami Kamin Meyer

STUDENT SECTION


What I Wish I Knew Before I Started Law School
by Hannah Travis

LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW


Lawyers With Artistic License: Deborah McNinch
by Heather G. Sowald

Getting Your Mind Off of 2020 at Least for a Few Hours
by Janyce C. Katz

How to Save a Life
by Scott R. Mote

Book Review: Soul Full of Coal Dust: A Fight for Breath and Justice in Appalachia
by Paige Kohn

JURY VERDICTS


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

 

Submit Content

We welcome member contributions to our publications, including Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly, Better Lawyer, Legal Connections, as well as our e-newsletters. To submit items for publication, email brianna@cbalaw.org.

CBLQ Archives