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Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s Community Advocacy Law Clinic is one of three clinics operated each semester by the law school and is designed to enhance the legal skills of law students while addressing the unmet legal issues of the less fortunate in the community.  Students that sign up for the clinic are typically interested in public interest and helping low-income populations. 

Legal Writing Professor Claire C. Robinson May has a passion for writing that goes beyond the legal world and gives her a creative perspective on her craft that is atypical in legal writing.

Steven LaTouretteLaw librarian, international development consultant, journalist, lawyer – it is difficult to pin 1994 C|M|LAW alumna Andrea Muto down to a single profession.  Despite that diverse range of vocations, what is most interesting about her career is not just the work she has accomplished, but where it has been accomplished. 

Steven LaTouretteCleveland-Marshall College of Law hosted a discussion on the legacy of Congressman Louis Stokes corresponding with the publication of Stokes’ memoir, The Gentleman from OhioAmong featured speakers discussing Congressman Stokes’ far-reaching impact were his daughter Lori Stokes and grandson Brett Hammond.

On October 31,1963 while on a routine beat through downtown Cleveland, Detective Martin McFadden noticed three men

Cleveland State University recognized Cleveland-Marshall College of Law alumna Annette G. Butler '70 as the college’s 2016 George B. Davis Award for Service to the University recipient. The Davis Award recognizes a graduate’s generous dedication and service to the growth and advancement of Cleveland State University in honor of George B. Davis BBA’41 and MBA’81.


Steven LaTouretteOhio Attorney General Mike DeWine has appointed Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Professors Candice Hoke and Brian Ray to the Advisory Board of CyberOhio, a recently announced statewide initiative that will “foster a legal, technical, and collaborative cybersecurity environment to help Ohio businesses thrive.” Cleveland-Marshall is the only Ohio law school represented on the CyberOhio Board, which includes leaders from business, non-profits and government.