Speakers include Prof. Michael Solimine of UC Law, William K. Woods of CommonCause Ohio, and Kathleen King of the Hamilton County Domestic Relations Court.
There's a free 25-minute lunch for those who arrive at noon, but the discussion begins at 12:30 and lasts until 2:00 p.m.
It's at the Taft Research Center, right near Deaconess Hospital on Clifton Avenue.
R.S.V.P. to Alice Schneider, 513-381-4994.
Thanks to the Cincinnati Beacon (the only blog-turned-newspaper in the world!) for posting this information. It was very difficult to find anyplace else (including the Websites of participating organizations!)
If you can't come, just keep reading court-o-rama!!! (Also cross your fingers that we can find parking!)
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