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Cleveland-Marshall College of Law student Christopher Kolezynski worked as part of a group of Cleveland State University students helping to ensure the 2018 Winter Olympics are safe from cyberattacks as part of a between C|M|LAW's Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection and the Cyber Resilience Institute (CRI). CRI works with U.S.

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has appointed P. Kelly Tompkins ’81, recently retired executive vice president and chief operating officer of Cleveland-Cliffs Inc., as a Leader-in-Residence.

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s Global Space Law Center will offer an online course during the summer of 2018, “Space Law: A Global View,” that will cover the fundamentals of space law and how space law has evolved alongside the expansion of private and governmental space activity.

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Civil Litigation Clinic students Chris Riggi and Brian Yusko recently received a successful decision for a client in an unemployment case.

Monday Morning Message 2.19.2018: "There's Something Happening Here"

There's something happening here; What it is ain't exactly clear. There's a man with a gun over there; Telling me I got to beware….

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I am building a fire, and every day I train, I add more fuel. At just the right moment, I light the match.” —Mia Hamm, gold-medal soccer player

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law students Ciara Miller, Joseph Nelson and Patrick Sennish jumped at the opportunity to assist in evaluating Cuyahoga County’s process for bail and pretrial release with Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich in a pop-up practicum he supervised this fall. 

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Civil Litigation Clinic students Madilyn Maruna and Chris Riggi recently won a hard-fought victory for a client in an unemployment case.