Fall 2018 Transformative Dialogues

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 and are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Dates and times are subject to change.

Speaker Series

fall 2018 C|M|LAW Events

Note:  This page will be updated as additional events are finalized.

september 6

"Celebrating Cities: a Photo Exhibition" Opening Reception

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law will host an exhibit by celebrated photographers Jennie Jones and Judy Rawson.

Jones’ work will be shown throughout the law school. Photography from Rawson’s exhibit will be available for purchase with proceeds from sales benefitting scholarships for Cleveland-Marshall students.  The exhibit will run through the end of 2018.

Pre-registration not required.  Non-CLE Event

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september 7

“Engaged Presence: Capturing a High-Performance Mindset in Work and Life”​

Dr. Jannell MacAulay, Lt Col (USAF, retired) will speak about leadership and mindfulness at a breakfast discussion.

Pre-registration not required | Non-CLE Event

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september 11

Constitution Day Lecture

"Noble Sinners: The Legacy of the Founders"

David Forte, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Professor  

Non-CLE Event | Pre-registration not required

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september 20

Criminal Justice Forum I

Yale Law School Professor James Forman Jr. will discuss growth of tough-on-crime and mass incarceration policies and their impact on people of color.

Pre-registration not required

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Center for Health Law and Policy Event

"Examining the Ethical and Legal Consequences of Legalizing Marijuana"

Pre-registration not required

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october 18

Global Business Law Review Symposium

Additional details to be announced.

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november 5

Criminal Justice Forum II

"The Missing American Jury"

Illinois Law School Professor Suja A. Thomas will explore how the jury’s authority has been taken and how it can be restored to its rightful, co-equal position as a “branch” of government.

Pre-registration not required

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