Students at CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law enjoy cosmopolitan amenities in a manageable city on the rise. With a variety of major attractions and hidden gems, Cleveland offers something for everyone.
Located on the shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland is home to a vibrant arts scene, a world-renowned orchestra, a historic art museum, independent film festivals and more. The city offers a lively music and social scene which is accompanied by dynamic dining options. Surrounded by scenic park systems and outdoor recreation, Cleveland offers the opportunity to experience major professional sports just a short walk from the law school. Cleveland State University is situated in the Campus District, a destination for arts and culture that is becoming a desirable address for Clevelanders, offering many new and recetly renovated residential properties.
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CLEveland for law students
Adam Rosen is a proud graduate of the J.D/M.P.A. program at CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Currently the Econimc Development Director for the Detroit Shoreway Association he now helps drive the success of one of Cleveland's most exciting neighborhoods. Adam shares many of the Cleveland hot spots he took advantage of as a student in this post.
The city that fostered rock and roll holds music’s crown jewel, as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is the premier destination for experiencing firsthand the history of iconic music.
The country's largest performing arts center outside of New York is mere seconds away as Playhouse Square has something for everyone with over 1000 Broadway shows, dance, comedy, musical concerts and special events annually.
Home to the Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA), Cleveland Gladiators (AFL) and Lake Erie Monsters (AHL), the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse hosts world-class concerts and shows among its 200+ yearly events.
Home of the Cleveland Browns (NFL), First Energy Stadium is known for rabid fans and atmosphere in the stadium and surrounding neighborhood on game days.
Just more than a long home run from campus, Progressive Field is home of the Cleveland Indians (MLB).
An extensive system of parks throughout the Greater Cleveland area, The Cleveland Metroparks span over 21,000 acres and include hundreds of miles of bicycle trails, and several golf courses, fishing spots, picnic areas and nature education centers.
One of the oldest and largest zoos in the country, the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo hosts several marvelous exhibits including the RainForest, the African Savanna, Northern Trek and the Australian Adventure.
Performing regularly in the beautiful Severance Hall, the Cleveland Orchestra is widely considered to be one of the top performing orchestras in the United States.
Featuring one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of art, the Cleveland Museum of Art displays more than 30,000 pieces of art spanning more than 5,000 years.
Featuring 10 acres of beautiful greenery, The Cleveland Botanical Garden was developed 1930 and was the first of its kind in an American city.
Located in the historic Higbee Building, the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland is a rare casino integrated in the heart of a city, and offers a gaming options.
Immersed in the heart of the action just blocks from CSU Cleveland-Marshall, East Fourth Street futures top restaurants, live music, world-class comedy, nightlife and even bowling.
Only a mile away from the law school, Tower City Center is a multi-purpose urban hotspot with over 100 specialty shops, six full-service restaurants, a food court and an 11-screen theater.
Utilizing scenery at the bank of the Cuyahoga River, the Flats is a redeveloping entertainment district with restaurants, bars, a comedy club and the Greater Cleveland Aquarium.
Home to the historic West Side Market, Ohio City has become a cultural hot spot known for its dining and brewery options.
A historic neighborhood on the west side of Cleveland, Tremont hosts several yearly festivals in addition to its popular art museums, local shops, restaurants and pubs.