At Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, each student brings with them unique backgrounds, interests and goals which shape their law school experiences. Learn more about our students and their accomplishments through their unique stories.
After graduating from Bowling Green State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Jeffery Carr spent three years working for a Fortune 500 company as a procurement specialist. During that time, he realized he wanted to do more with his life than a desk job and sought to pursue a career where he could affect people’s lives every day.
CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 1L Student Jameson Tibbs has already immersed himself in C|M|LAW student life during his first year of law school. Tibbs is President of the Cleveland-Marshall Cyber Law Association, Vice-President of the Cleveland-Marshall Health Law Society and Secretary of the Cleveland-Marshall Student Intellectual Property Law Association.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 1LE Student Liz Jackson has long been passionate about experiencing all that the world has to offer. She has traveled extensively and feels meeting new people and experiencing new cultures allows her to better understand the spectrum of the human experience.
Last spring, then-1L Cleveland-Marshall College of Law students Patrick Lipaj and Elliot Nash were looking for something that would peak their interest and allow them to get more involved with the C|M|LAW community.
Students interested in pursuing a career in Intellectual Property Law can gain real-world experience while working alongside experts at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.