As part of Cleveland-Marshall's focus on providing thought-leaders for educational discussions with students, alumni and community members, some of the nation’s leading experts and scholars participate in the Transformative Dialogue series.
All events take place in the Joseph W. Bartunek, III Moot Court Room unless otherwise noted and dates and times are subject to change.
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spring 2016 Events
Note: This page will be updated as several additional events are finalized.
Visiting Scholar: Pierre de Vos, University of Cape Town
"LGBT Rights in South Africa"
Co-sponsored by the ACLU of Ohio, Equality Now, City Club of Cleveland and the American Constitution Society.
Frederick Douglass Moot Court Night
47th Annual Moot Court Night
Criminal Justice Forum III
"Rape Reform in Ohio: Eliminating the Statute of Limitations and Lifting the Spousal Exemption"
Ohio State Representatives Teresa Fedor and Greta Johnson
Employment and Labor Law Lecture
"Assault on Workers’ Rights: Labor Law and the Erosion of Worker Protections"
United States Senator Sherrod Brown
Note: This event does not offer CLE credit
"Leveling Down, or Leveling Up"
Richard Epstein, NYU School of Law
Criminal Justice Forum IV
"Why and Whither Mass Imprisonment?"
Michael Tonry, University of Minnesota Law School
Cleveland State Law Review Symposium
"Regulating Big Data in the Digital Age"
Global Business Law Review Symposium
"International Business and Cybersecurity"
Journal of Law & Health Symposium
"Fear the Walking File; The Perils of Medical Identity Theft"
"Antonin Scalia’s Quest—and Bequest"
David F. Forte, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Jonathan Adler, Case Western Reserve Law School
Entertainment & Sports Law Symposium
"Prosecuting Maritime Pirates in the Seychelles and Elsewhere: A Panel Discussion"
Justice Anthony Fernando, Judge of the Supreme Court of the Seychelles
Associate Dean and Professor Milena Sterio, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Dean and Professor Michael Scharf, Case Western Reserve Law School
"Answering the Call"
A Panel Discussion & Book Signing featuring Judge Nathaniel R. Jones
Sponsored by the Cleveland Chapter of the NAACP