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 at 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 […]

How OJPC is trying to free at-risk prisoners during the coronavirus pandemic

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By: Lily Meyer The lawyers and staff of the Ohio Justice & Policy Center were concerned about Ohio prisoners’ health long before the coronavirus pandemic began. OJPC’s flagship Human Rights in Prison program advocates for adequate access to health care for all incarcerated Ohioans. Before this March, fighting for prisoners’ medical rights meant advocating and […]