Meet Our Students

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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.


Civil Litigation Students Win in Eighth District Court of Appeals

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 Advance to Worldwide Final of the Global Legal Hackathon

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 Works on Protecting Olympics from Cyberattacks 

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).


Student Profile: Kim Cunningham

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 
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C|M|LAW Students Examine Cleveland Police Reform through Pop-Up Practicum

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.


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