Erica Kravchenko joins the Cleveland State University College of Law faculty as a Legal Writing Assistant Professor, bringing with her 15 years of practicing law primarily in the areas of bankruptcy law and business litigation.
“Get ready to embark on a wild ride unlike anything you’ve ever experienced, packed with thrills, chills, and probably a few spills. Being a 1L will challenge you like you’ve never been challenged….. The first year of law school will be one of the hardest years of your life. Law school will profoundly alter the way you think, and view and interact with the world around you. Your 1L experience will change who you are, whether you want it to or not.” Andrew McClurg, 1L of a Ride, A Well-Traveled Professor's Roadmap to Success in the First Year of Law School
Professor Laura Hoffman, co-director for the CSU|LAW Center for Health Law and Policy, recently co-authored an article published in the Journal of Palliative Medicine, unveiling a groundbreaking achievement at the intersection of healthcare and policy.
Behavioral Telehealth: Clinical And Legal Considerations For Mental Health Providers In The Age of Virtual Therapy
PLEASE NOTE: This program has been rescheduled to Friday, October 13
Behavioral Telehealth: Clinical And Legal Considerations For Mental Health Providers In The Age of Virtual Therapy is a 3-hour CE course that will cover the rapidly shifting trends in telehealth and will be facilitated by mental health and legal experts. Course CE approvals have been submitted for the Ohio Supreme Court, Ohio CSWMFT, & OPA.
Cleveland State University College of Law 3L Student and incoming Student Bar Association President Jalela Jallaq knew that she wanted to become an attorney when she was 12 years old. She credits this to growing up in a single parent household where she held extra responsibilities as a child and was exposed to many injustices in the world. This stayed with her, and she knew she wanted to work in a profession where she could help people and give back to the community.
“ I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.” - Maya Angelou
We are giving your email inbox a summer break! The Monday Morning Message will resume the week of August 21, 2023, the first week of fall semester classes.
In the meantime, I have just one request.
It would mean a lot to us if you would take a moment before June 30, the end of our fiscal year, to support the opportunity for a student to achieve their dream of making a real difference in the world.
“. . . I was fortunate to have a father who was a proud graduate of this law school. He constantly demonstrated how a degree from this law school allowed him the opportunity to build a practice that looked out for people and assisted them when they were in need . . . I cannot think of another institution that has placed so many people at impactful positions throughout the community. I cannot think of another institution that has provided so many opportunities for its graduates and community. And I cannot think of any institution or alumni group more deserving of my thanks for the opportunities I have been afforded.” - Frank Gallucci III ’00, 2023 Alumni of the Year