How Diversity Stole the Show at Oral Argument in Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, by Scott Greytak

I was still in the early stages of using my neighbor – an apathetic marble pillar – as an armrest when Schuette’s oral argument turned into a debate over diversity in higher education. This was mostly a surprise, considering how the appeal before the Court concerned Proposal 2, a 2006 Michigan ballot-initiative-turned-constitutional-amendment that hinged on the applicability of something called the “political restructuring doctrine.”

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Firm Wins Discrimination Lawsuit, Jury Awards $70,250 in Compensatory Damages and $100,000 in Punitive Damages

A Florida woman who was fired from her job as a pilot has been awarded more than $170,000 in a gender discrimination lawsuit against a Summit County charter jet company, court records show. A U.S. District Court jury in Akron returned the verdict in favor of Carrie Braun, who was hired in April 2011 as the company’s only female pilot.

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Attorney Avonte Campinha-Bacote Featured by Ohio State's Alumni Magazine

Every time he “walks the triangle” in the courtroom, Avonte Campinha- Bacote ’08 has his Civil Clinic experience from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in his back pocket.

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Feds Go Digital in Hunt for Fugitive 'Ship of Gold' Treasure Hunter

The search for a treasure hunter who found sunken gold and then stiffed his partners by vanishing with the loot could be coming to a highway near you.

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