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February 17, 2023

Join us for an in-depth look at the CSU C|M|LAW student experience! Learn about admissions & financial aid, meet faculty and participate in a law class, get the alumni perspective, and hear the inside story from current law students.

 

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February 17, 2023

 

Cleveland State University College of Law’s Journal of Law and Health will discuss the ongoing consequences of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization will have on various fields in healthcare and the privacy concerns facing people with rapidly changing laws.

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February 28, 2023

The Russian invasion of Ukraine constitutes a clear violation of international law; by ordering the commission of various atrocity crimes, such as aggression, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and possibly genocide, Russian President Vladimir Putin has incurred individual criminal responsibility. In fact, since Nuremberg, political and military leaders have been held accountable for ordering and orchestrating the commission of atrocity crimes.

“I’m just trying to go home….Mom, Mom, Mom!” –Tyre Nicols 

Callista Puchmeyer, a 2007 Cleveland State University College of Law graduate loves her colleagues, staff and clients and jokes they are “out of this world!” In Callista’s position as Chief Counsel of NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, being out of this world can take on a whole different meaning.

$90K research project funded by Public-Interest Technology University Network (PIT-UN) examines consumer data privacy laws and equity impact assessments for surveillance technology

“They are one person. They are two alone. They are three together. They are for each other.”"Helplessly Hoping", Crosby, Stills, and Nash 

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