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MORITZ COLLEGE OF LAW

MORITZ COLLEGE OF LAW

The Moritz College of Law has developed nationally recognized programs in Election Law, Dispute Resolution, International Intellectual Property Law, Employment Law, Corporate Law, Privacy and Cyber Law, and Criminal Law. Founded in 1891, the College is committed to building a learning environment for its 675 students that is second to none. More than 9,000 law alumni are central to the college’s national reputation and include justices of the Supreme Court of Ohio, federal and state judges at the trial and appellate levels, current and former U.S. Senators and Representatives, managing partners in law firms of all sizes, chief executive officers of leading corporations, professors at law schools across the country, and attorneys with nonprofit organizations and public interest law firms.

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Funds

The Ohio State Fund for the Moritz College of Law

Fund Number: 305399

Allows the Dean of the college to proactively address the most pressing needs of the college through student financial aid, faculty support, physical improvements and innovative programming

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Leadership Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 312208

As a component of our program on Law and Leadership, leadership scholarships attract talented students from diverse backgrounds who have demonstrated leadership abilities

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REASONS TO SAY “THANK YOU!”

The But for Ohio State campaign is a $2.5 billion fundraising endeavor that invites those who believe in Ohio State to invest in our students, our faculty, and our potential.

*Gifts through February 28, 2015

“THE DRIVE, SELF-CONFIDENCE, POSITIVITY, AND DETERMINATION I HAVE TODAY WERE FOSTERED AND DEVELOPED WHILE GETTING AN EDUCATION AND BEING A VARSITY ATHLETE AT THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY.”

—Allyson Mehta Wright ’97