Mandatory workshop for first year students
Thinking about Careers? Maybe you want to keep the world safe for capitalism? Or maybe you just want to speak truth to power? Either way, come join us for:
A distinguished panel of Cleveland practitioners discuss antitrust careers and the pros and cons of antitrust practice.
Tuesday, October 30, 5:00 p.m.
Room LB60, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, 1801 Euclid Avenue
Light refreshments will be served.
Jennifer Dowdell Armstrong - Member, McDonald Hopkins
Brian Grube - Of Counsel, Jones Day
Danny Karon - Karon LLC
Tom Zych - Partner, Thompson Hine
Chris Sagers (Moderator) - Professor, C-M Law
Sponsored by Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and ABA Section of Antitrust Law
Sponsored by the Office of Career Planning
Solo Practice Incubator Open House
Tour the offices, meet current incubator lawyers and learn about the resources available to solo practitioners.
4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m
Brief remarks at 5:30 p.m.
Light refreshments will be served
Open to the public
Alumni, faculty and students are encouraged to attend.
Enter the Incubator directly off of East 18th Street
Paid visitor parking is available in CSU's West and Central Garages. For more information, visit CSU Parking.
Ashley Jones ’11, C|M|LAW Solo Practice Incubator Coordinator
Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has joined the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium through which it will help develop the legal standards that will be needed to address emerging blockchain technology. The effort will build on CSU’s growing leadership in next generation IT innovation that also includes research and educational initiatives focused on the Internet of Things, cybersecurity and eDiscovery.
Stephanie Pope MLS ’18 is an advocate for change in Cleveland. A lifelong resident of Cleveland's Collinwood neighborhood, she knows the challenges inner-city communities face firsthand and is heavily involved in civic engagement to find solutions. She serves as Vice Chair for the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, on the executive committee of the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party and on the board of several local nonprofits including the Northeast Shores Development Corporation.
Judge Michelle Paris '84 recently took office as President of the Cleveland-Marshall Law Alumni Association. Joining her at the crowded swearing-in ceremony were the Paris-Corsaro-Holecek family that has an impressive legacy at C|M|LAW spanning eight family members.
This kick-off event for the CMLAA Mentor Program offers an opportunity for alumni mentors to meet their 1L mentees and begin their mentoring relationship.
Sponsored by the Cleveland-Marshall Law Alumni Association Professional Opportunities Committee.