At Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, there is no such thing as a "traditional law student." Each student brings with them unique backgrounds, interests and goals which shape their law school experiences. Learn more about our students and their accomplishments.
After a representation spanning more than two years, Cleveland-Marshall Civil Litigation Clinic students were successful in securing unemployment benefits for their client by obtaining a reversal of a benefit denial from the Eighth District Court of Appeals.
C|M|LAW students Dana Beveridge, Jackson Biesecker, and Mara Hirz advanced to the worldwide final of the Global Legal Hackathon as part of Team INCO-herent. The start-up is one of 14 teams out of 37 semifinalists to qualify for the final round in New York City.
C|M|LAW student Christopher Kolezynski worked as part of a group of Cleveland State University students helping to ensure the 2018 Winter Olympics were safe from cyberattacks as part of a partnership between C|M|LAW's Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection and the Cyber Resilience Institute (CRI).
Personal experience navigating the health care system has led C|M|LAW student Kimberly Cunningham, a paralegal, to pursue a career in health care law, including an externship at The MetroHealth System
Five Cleveland-Marshall College of Law students had the opportunity to work on criminal justice reform in the local community firsthand this fall as participants in Dean Lee Fisher's pop-up practicum on Cleveland Police Reform.
C|M|LAW student Brandilyn Cookconquered her fear of heights by skydiving, which also helped her overcome other fears -- including reservations about law school. The third-year student has been tackling"crimmigration" this summer as an intern with the Harvard Immigration & Refugee Clinic.