The Supreme Court of Ohio recently completed revision of its Rules of Practice. They became effective on July 1, 1964. Three subjects coming within the inherent power and within the constitutional and statutory jurisdiction of the Court are contained in the revision; that is, procedures for presenting cases in which the Court has original jurisdiction, cases which come within its appellate and revisory jurisdiction as provided in each case by the Constitution and Statutes of Ohio (Article IV, Sections 2 and 6), and admission to the practice of the law in Ohio and disciplinary procedures for members of the bar of Ohio, including the adopting of rules of professional conduct.
Lee E. Skeel, New Rule of the Supreme Court of Ohio (An Analysis), 14 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 170 (1965)