Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

FACULTY AT A GLANCE

Student/Faculty
Ratio
Student/Faculty
Ratio Rank
Full-Time
Faculty
Full-Time
Faculty Rank
Female
Faculty
Female
Faculty Rank
Minority
Faculty
Minority
Faculty Rank
Class of 2014 Faculty 15.1:1 #57 38 #35 17 #32 6 #3

STUDENTS AT A GLANCE

Attrition Attrition Rank # of FT
Students
FT Class
Size Rank
Female
Students
Female
Students Rank
Minority
Students
Minority
Students Rank
Class of 2014 2.2% 58 211 72 - - 31.6% 61
All Students - - 680 72 43.2% 75 31.6% 61
 

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“In a survey of Ohio State law students, one of the most frequently cited strengths of the Moritz College of Law is the quality of the faculty. Faculty members consistently are recognized for the experiences they bring to the classroom, for the clarity of their teaching, and for their accessibility to students outside the classroom. As legal scholars, members of the Moritz Law faculty also have earned a reputation within the profession for their expertise in specific areas of the law. Faculty members are regularly cited in court and in the national media, serve on legal reform commissions, help draft model statutes, and provide testimony before Congress. Other faculty members lead judicial workshops, have argued cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, and provide counsel to both business leaders and community groups. More than a dozen Moritz Law faculty have traveled overseas to advise judges, business leaders, and policy makers on emerging legal issues.” (Moritz law Website)

Moritz Law’s student body represents approximately 98 undergraduate institutions, 3 foreign countries and 26 other states. When it comes to student life, there are approximately 48 student organizations and 5 law journals, including the Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal (EBLJ), I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society, Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (OSJCL), Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution (JDR), and the Ohio State Law Journal. In addition, “law students may take advantage of the many athletic, cultural, recreational, and social events occurring in the city of Columbus. From musical and drama productions to the excitement of professional and Big Ten sports, law students have a nearly unlimited number of opportunities to enjoy their ‘down’ time.” (Moritz Law Website)

With respect to housing, students “have a variety of housing options from which to choose, including on-campus housing in graduate student residence halls, a university-operated apartment complex for families, and privately owned apartments located just a short distance from the Moritz College of Law.” (Moritz Law Website)

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