A webinar featuring:
- Linda Sheer Jones, Senior Director of Career Development at OSU’s Moritz College of Law. Linda has more than 15 years experience in the recruitment and professional development of law students and attorneys. Before moving to Ohio, she was the Director of Legal Personnel for New York law firms Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and Lord Day & Lord. She has written or spoken for the American Bar Association, the National Law Journal and the National Association of Law Placement.
- Kyle McEntee, Executive Director of Law School Transparency. Kyle is attorney, public policy expert, and technologist who is nationally recognized for his role in American legal education. Since co-founding Law School Transparency in 2009, he has become a key figure in American legal education, publishing scholarly articles, issuing reports, and speaking at conferences and seminars on legal education.
- Michael States, Assistant Dean for Admissions, Financial Aid, and Diversity Initiatives at the OSU Moritz College of Law. Prior to coming to Moritz, he was the Assistant Dean for Admissions at the University of North Carolina School of Law and is currently a member of the Law School Admissions Council’s Board of Trustees.
- Eli Wald, Charles W. Delaney Jr. Professor of Law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. A legal ethics and legal profession scholar, Wald has written on topics such as increased lawyer mobility, conflict of interests and attorney disqualification, attorney-client communications, lawyers’ fiduciary duties to clients, the nationalization and globalization of law practice, and, most recently, the challenges facing lawyers representing clients in the emerging marijuana industry. His articles have been cited in American Bar Association ethics opinions and excerpted in legal ethics casebooks.
- Staci Zaretsky, Senior Editor at Above the Law, a news website about law, law schools, and the legal profession. Her writing has also appeared in POLITICO, Judgepedia, Lawyerist, and Ms. JD. Staci graduated from Lehigh University and Western New England University School of Law, where her writing was published in the Western New England Law Review. Before deciding to pursue writing as a full-time career, Staci worked at a small law firm.