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Matthew Ahn joins the CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law faculty this Fall as a Visiting Professor. Ahn, a graduate of the New York University School of Law, most recently served as a Research and Writing Attorney with the Federal Public Defender for the Northern District of Ohio. However, the law is just one of many passions for Ahn.

Laura Hoffman joins the CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law faculty this Fall as a Visiting Professor and Acting Director of the school’s Center for Health Law and Policy.

"Be ethical even when you think no one is looking; your word is truly all you have. Good opinion once lost can be difficult to regain. Maintain an unimpeachable reputation for honesty and integrity....Be professional. Law school is not undergraduate college where sins may be easily forgotten. You’ll be known for what you do, not who you say you are. " -U.S. District Judge Benita Y. Pearson '95, Northern District of Ohio, August 2021 Orientation Closing Speaker

Last week marked our return to the law building after nearly eighteen months of remote instruction. In addition to welcoming our returning students back to the building, we welcomed our first-year class for their first full week of classes.

Three Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Students, Langston Bailey-Murray, Erica Sammon, and Caitlin Steiner had the opportunity during the Spring 2021 semester to present both the Cleveland City Prosecutor and the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court a proposal to establish a restorative justice diversion alternative for prosecutions in the City of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court.

CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Advisory Board member and CyberOhio Chair Kirk Herath led a small group of experts, including Center Director Professor Brian Ray and two other Center Board members, Tim Opsitnick, and Spence Witten, in drafting Ohio’s landmark privacy bill that was announced at a July 13 press conference by Ohio Lt

Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is pleased to announce that it has entered into a 3+3 partnership with Baldwin Wallace University. This latest 3+3 agreement is particularly satisfying, as C|M Law can trace the origin of one of its predecessor law schools to Baldwin Wallace.

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