Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly

Current Issue: Winter 2018

Special Edition: The First Amendment

In this issue, Columbus Bar Lawyers Quarterly examines the First Amendment: from fake news to hate speech, lawyer advertising to protests and religious freedoms to freedom of speech. This issue also explores the importance of networking, staying healthy and discussing diversity.

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Table of Contents

A MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR


When Did Your Future Become About Money?
by Jill Snitcher McQuain

PRESIDENT'S PAGE


The Very Best of Our Profession: Legal Aid, Pro Bono and Our Commitment to Access to Justice
by Lisa Pierce Reisz

BAR INSIDER


Norton Webster: 30 Years of Service, a Lifetime of Impact
by Kelsey Pohlman

What If You Threw a Party and Nobody Came?
by Hon. Charles Schneider

Have the Tough Conversations About Diversity and Inclusion
by Lindsay Ford Ellis

BETTER LAWYER


Taking the First Step: Networking for New Lawyers
by Caitlyn Nestleroth Johnson

Legislative Update: How Two Ohio House Bills Could Affect Your Clients (And Their Dogs)
by Alexis V. Preskar

The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: Updates to the Independent Contractor Classification Under the FLSA
by Alexa E. Cellier

POINTS OF PRACTICE


Out of the Office: Progressive Policies Improve Employees’ Work/Life Balance
by Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter Attorneys

Insights from a Law Student: My First Semester of 1L
by Sara K. Sams

How to Ethically Tell Your Story (and Theirs)
by Kwame Christian

Book Review: Business and Commercial Litigation
by Angela Baldree

WINTER '18: THE FIRST AMENDMENT


Our Moment in History: Protesting and Censorship
by Elizabeth Bonham

Hammers, Switchblades and Law Hawks: Lawyer Advertising Under the First Amendment
by Jason H. Beehler

Free Speech or Discrimination: When Cake Shops Stop Serving
by Carly Edelstein

From a Media Perspective: Fake News
by Colleen Marshall

From a Citizen’s Perspective: Fake News
by Janyce C. Katz

Check, Please! Hate Speech and the First Amendment
by Susan Gellman

The Johnson Amendment and Religious Freedom of Speech
by Prof. David Stebenne

LIFE OUTSIDE THE LAW


You’ll Never Regret Moving (Your Body) More
by Katy Tombaugh

Fifty-Year Anniversaries Abound in 2018
by Hon. David E. Cain

Lawyers with Artistic License: Bryan K. Prosek
by Heather G. Sowald

JURY VERDICTS


Civil Jury Trials, Franklin County Common Pleas Court
by Monica L. Waller

 

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