A law internship in lockdown

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How OJPC’s interns made the most of a virtual summer internship By: Lily Meyer For some law and pre-law students, summer internships mean a precisely calibrated mix of work and socialization: imagine three months at a Manhattan law firm, balancing legal research with recruitment cocktail hours and intern-class outings. But thanks to COVID-19, the social […]

Where are they now? Former OJPC intern Kristen Eby

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Kristen Eby is a Juris Doctor Candidate atĀ The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. I spent summer 2019 interning for the Ohio Justice and Policy Center. I knew the second I walked out the door after my interview that I needed to work there, and when I got the call with an offer, I […]

Protests and the Pandemic: Recommendations for a more equitable Cincinnati

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On June 4, after more than a week of protests across the United States and almost three months into a global pandemic, The Ohio Justice & Policy Center and the Cincinnati Black United Front released a list of eight recommendations. These are concrete ways for law enforcement, prosecutors, courts, and local governments to respond to […]