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Best in Show - "Beneath The Glacier" by Steven HirschThe 2017 International Photography Exhibition on display in the Great Hall of the Ohio Union features 40 original photographs taken overseas in 26 different countries by 35 Ohio State students, staff, faculty and alumni. The exhibition features a wonderful selection of photographs taken in Austria, Cameroon, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Egypt, England, Faroe Islands, France, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Iceland, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mongolia, Nepal, Paraguay, South Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Ukraine and Vietnam.

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Kessia Cericola is an Ohio State Moritz College Of Law alumna, Columbus Attorney, and Chair Of The GCSCI Curitiba Committee.

I moved to Columbus, Ohio in 2008 right after I finished my Bachelor of Law and passed the Brazilian Bar exam. I decided to go back to school in 2011, when I applied to the LL.M. program at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. As an LL.M. student, I had the opportunity to meet students from many different countries, and I learned as much with them as I learned in the classroom. After I graduated, I decided to fulfill the requirements to sit for the Ohio Bar. Once the Supreme Court of Ohio approved my education, I studied day and night to pass the test. Thankfully I passed. The support and encouragement that I received from my friends, family and mentors – in special from Jim Lewis, co-chair of the Moritz LL.M. Council, were essential during that time.

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The Brazil Gateway team represented Moritz College of Law and the first EducationUSA LL.M Tour in South America!

Academic Relations and Alumni Community Manager, Jane K. Aparecido, participated in the tour that took place in three major Brazilian cities, Rio de Janeiro, Brasilia and São Paulo. Approximately 900 people attended the three fairs to learn more about the LL.M (master of laws) degree offered by the Moritz College of Law and other American universities that also had representatives at the fairs.

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