Steinglass Speaks at Ohio Constitutional Law Seminar at the Ohio Historical Society

Professor and Dean Emeritus Steven H. Steinglass

On September 12, 2012, C|M|LAW Professor and Dean Emeritus Steven H. Steinglass participated on a panel at the Ohio Constitutional Law Seminar, sponsored by the law firm of Vorys, Sater, and presented at the Ohio Historical Society in Columbus.  The seminar, titled Should there be a Convention to Revise, Alter, or Amend the Ohio Constitution, included Steinglass’ presentation The History and Future of Constitutional Revision in Ohio.  In particular, Steinglass discussed the following questions: What is the history of changes to the Ohio Constitution?  How have constitutional conventions and the initiative provision been used to amend the Ohio Constitution?  Should there be a constitutional convention? What are the pros and cons of a convention versus a commission?   In addition to several other academics and lawyers from around the state, seminar participants included, The Hon. Ted Strickland, 68th Governor of the State of Ohio, The Hon. Peggy L. Bryant, Judge, Tenth District Court of Appeals, The Hon. William G. Batchelder, Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives, The Hon. Nancy H. Rogers, Professor of Law Emeritus, The Ohio State University and Former Attorney General of the State of Ohio.

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