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.
For a complete listing of Cleveland-Marshall Law Alumni Assocation CLE Events, CLICK HERE
Spring 2015 Events
"Ferguson, Staten Island and Cleveland: A Legal Discussion about the Use of Lethal Force by Law Enforcement Officers"
Co-sponsored by the City Club of Cleveland, American Constitution Society, Norman S. Minor Bar Association, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Dean’s Diversity Council and the Cleveland-Marshall Black Law Students Association
“Contagion”: A Conversation About Using Public Health Laws to Prevent the Spread of Infectious Diseases
Presented by the Center for Health Law & Policy
Civil Procedure CLE: Electronic Discovery and the Pending Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Co-sponsored by Eaton Corporation and the Cleveland eDiscovery Roundtable
"The History and the Future of the Ohio Constitution"
Dean Emeritus & Professor Emeritus Steven H. Steinglass, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Greater Cleveland
Global Business Law Review Symposium: "Bank to the Future: The Legal Frontier of International Finance"
Journal of Law and Health Symposium: "The Social, Ethical, and Legal Consequences of Sports-Related Brain Injuries"
"The Next 250 Years"
Cleveland-Marshall Visiting Scholar: Professor Eric Freyfogle, University of Illinois College of Law
Criminal Justice Forum IV: "Can Jurors Understand the Mental State Categories Employed in the Criminal Law?"
Professor Kenneth W. Simons, Boston University School of Law
"Cleveland's Consent Decree: The Path Forward"
Presented by Cleveland–Marshall College of Law, the Cleveland–Marshall Law Alumni Association, the Northeast Ohio Chapter and the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Student Chapter of the American Constitution Society, the Norman S. Minor Bar Association, and the ACLU of Ohio
Entertainment and Sports Law Association Symposium
"How Money (in politics) Matters"
Lawrence Lessig, Harvard Law School, Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership