Couple took different paths through the military to law school and engagement
Third-year students Mark Peasley and Kristin Leuchtag are in a good place: finishing up law school, jobs with law firms in their chosen fields, just bought a home, and engaged to be married.
Akron Law team headed back to trial advocacy nationals for 4th year in a row
Our Trial Advocacy Program continued its successful 2018-19 season with its most dominating performance of the year, taking both first and second place at the American Association for Justice’s (AAJ) Student Trial Advocacy Competition’s Regional Championship in Cleveland.
Akron Law moot court team dominates regional tournament, heads to nationals
Our Moot Court Team dominated the American Bar Association National Appellate Advocacy Competition regional held in Boston in March.
Federal judge urges lawyers, law students to give state courts their due
In the annual Regula Lecture, the Hon. Jeffrey S. Sutton, a former Ohio Solicitor General who has served on the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals since 2003, argues that state constitutions should be the avenue of first choice for legal advocacy and interpretation, rather than the federal constitution.