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.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law student Brandon Brown has nearly a decade of experience in the legal field, a breadth of experience nearly unheard of for a 22-year old 3L student who will graduate in May.
It can be challenging for Cleveland-Marshall College of Law part-time evening students to be involved with student organizations and extra-curricular activities at the law school while maintaining a full-time career. You would never know that from looking at the resume of 4LE Tiffany Henderson, one of the most active students on campus who also works full-time as a customer support analyst in information technology with PPG Industries.
Four C|M|LAW students are living justice with global impact through an internship with the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, the international ad hoc tribunal to try former members of the Khmer Rouge. The C|M|LAW students currently interning with the tribunal, 2/3Ls Lena Buttkus, Tiffany McElhaney, Jeffrey Nelson and Becca Schueller, work directly with two legal officers with the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is known for a robust pro bono program, where its students spend thousands of hours each year giving back to the local community while learning important lawyering and life skills. The C|M|LAW pro bono program is active year-round but October is a particularly energized time as students help in the community as part of Pro Bono Month.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law student Benjamin Ballard has known for a long time that he wants to work in the automotive industry. While law school is not a traditional career track for entering this field, Ballard has forged a unique path that has him well-positioned to attain his goal.