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April 25, 2019

C|M|LAW is pleased to partner with the City Club of Cleveland and the Cleveland Council on World Affairs in hosting “A World in Disarray: International Law, State Sovereignty and Interventions.” 

The event will feature speeches and panels from experts on law and world affairs for a day of discussion regarding foreign relations.

“Standing in the hall of fame…. Cause you burn with the brightest flame.” -  “Hall of Fame”, The Script

“As one of the students who attended the Hall of Fame Celebration, I can’t tell you enough how inspiring it was to learn about our incredible alumni, founding honorees, and other law school supporters in the community.”

CMLAA Alumni of the Year recipient Judge John J. Russo ’92 comes from a large, close-knit family where he was one of nine children. Having learned the importance of hard work, giving back family from their parents, all nine siblings went on to unique career paths, with John choosing a career in law. After 12 years in private practice as a civil and criminal litigator, he was elected to the Court of Common Pleas Bench in 2005.

I never teach my pupils. I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” -Albert Einstein

We are a law school without walls.

Every week, and almost every day, from mid-August through mid-June, there is an event at CSU Cleveland-Marshall that takes learning outside the classroom.

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo has appointed Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Dean Lee Fisher to a panel of experts, who will judge a competition to explore alternatives to the Buffalo Skyway Corridor. The panel will include experts in the fields of architecture, design, urban planning, transportation and community growth, as well as public officials.

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University announced that its 2018 graduating class achieved a 95.5% employment rate 10 months after graduation.

“Three bricklayers are asked: “What are you doing?” The first says, “I am laying bricks.” The second says, “I am building a church.” And the third says, “I am building the house of God.” The first bricklayer has a job. The second has a career. The third has a calling.” ― Angela Duckworth