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. The students featured below have taken several different paths to Cleveland-Marshall, and share firsthand how their individual experiences have allowed them to prosper in law school.
Bobbi Wilson's passion for helping those in need drove her to law school.
The Part-Time Student
Michael Bowen attends law school part time while working full time for the mayor’s office in Lakewood, Ohio.
Nicole Rode successfully balances raising a family with her full-time studies in law school.
The Involved Student
Delanté S. Thomas stays active in the Cleveland-Marshall and local communities during law school.
The Returing Student
Carmen M. Verhosek returned to school after more than 15 years working as a paralegal.