I can hear you
I can hear you but it is breaking up a bit
As can I
Lots of delays
Audio is breaking up.
I can hear you, but it is a bit choppy
Its breaking up for me too
I can hear
a little choppy
I can hear you loud and clear
Agreed on the occasional breaking up
Yeah, I can hear you well
Sounds fine for me
Hard to hear...
It’s very choppy and now I think frozen
For some reason my mike isn't working but read my enthusiasum!
Is Professor Conway coming through pretty well?
Yes, I hear her perfectly.
best audio so far
We can hear you now!
we hear you!
we can hear you!
we can hear you!
yes we can hear you Debbie
We can hear paige
I am pretty sure I am muted, but if you hear someone managing their kid having lunch and the agent-of-chaos dog, pls let me know! (and apologies).
Yes, we can hear you
turn volume up
Can you make it louder?
we can't hear
can you turn the volume up?
maybe just email participants the video?
Will do. :)
Can still hear you enough
Here is a link to Bill Froehlich's video: https://mediasite.osu.edu/Mediasite/Play/bf1b4f2c64d54a7c926a44f1151ebe391d
Q: Are we able to both extern and participate in a clinic during the same semester?
about the Legislation Clinic -- Profs. Enns and Huefner are teaching it in the fall, and Enns and I are teaching it in the spring next year.
Q: Approximately how many hours of work per week should we be allotting to a clinic?
what’s the position of a student who will be 2nd semester 2L by spring of 2020. Is it possible I take any of the offerings for 2L still
Does enrolling in a Clinic during 2L affect our chances of getting into a 3L Clinic?
Also, for someone who is fairly certain that they want to go into criminal law, would enrolling in both Prosecution and Defense Clinics “raise eyebrows” when applying for jobs?
to Jessica -no, they are unrelated. you are able to take multiple clinics during your time at moritz, just not at the same time
Thank you Professor Jordan!
Also to Jessica, several students opt for both criminal clinics each year. I'm happy to talk more about the decision, but in general--particularly if you plan to practice in Ohio--the answer is no. Employers often see the diversity of experience as a plus. We always have defense-minded students in the prosecution clinic and prosecution-minded students in the defense clinic, as well as folks who haven't decided yet. If you're looking at other jurisdictions for practice, the answer may be slightly different. I'm happy to talk more about the decision via email!
If you are thinking about doing the dispute resolution certificate, we encourage you to take the mediation clinic as a 2L because it is a building block course for the certificate.
We've lost you Steve
Something is wrong with the audio steve
the audio was cutting out a bit on my end—did you say that if you have political work on your resume that is a problem with getting placed in a legislator’s office?
What he was saying is that if you have political work on your resume, we will not place you in the office of the other party. Political work is fine.
No. Only that we will take past political work into account in making a placement you'd like.
Ah ok great that makes sense thank you!