Dean Lee Fisher presents his State of the Law School address.
Seniors in the Law and Leadership Institute will participate in a scrimmage in the Moot Court Room.
The Master of Legal Studies (MLS) Degree offers professionals across many industries the opportunity to learn and apply legal knowledge within their own field without practicing law. Discover how the program could help you advance in your career during the MLS Information Session Thursday, June 8, 5:30 – 7 PM at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
A degree rapidly growing in national prominence and value, the MLS can be beneficial for anyone whose current or future position requires them to interact with counsel, protect ideas and organizational assets, assess the need for regulation and work efficiently with changing legislation, along with anyone who wants to gain legal knowledge and the ability to “think like a lawyer” without practicing law or sitting for the bar. Tracks such as corporate compliance, health care law and compliance, cybersecurity, and criminal justice help students tailor the degree to their own professions. Read more on the MLS page.
Probation Officer, City of Cleveland
Vice Chair, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) Board of Commissioners
C|M|LAW Master of Legal Studies Student
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s chapter of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) is set to host the organization’s Midwest Regional Convention February 22-25. The Midwest Black Law Students Association (MWBLSA) has a membership of 600 law students from 52 law schools located in 13 Midwestern states. The National Black Law Students Association has over 6,000 members in more than 200 local chapters throughout the country.
The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Louis Stokes Scholars Program, launched in the summer of 2012 by Tucker Ellis LLP Partner and then-CMBA President Carter Strang (C|M|LAW ’84), has become an important resource for Cleveland students looking to pursue a career in the legal profession. The initiative has already had an impact at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and is poised to continue providing future generations of quality students.
Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is set to unveil the new Judy and Robert H. Rawson, Jr. Learning Commons, an open space that will enhance technologically advanced collaborative learning. The Commons was made possible thanks to a generous gift from longtime CSU supporters Robert and Judy Rawson.
Hosted by the Office of Admissions
The Admissions Dept. welcomes CSU academic advisors who will learn about advising students that are interested in law school after graduation.
An admission open house sponsored by the Office of Admissions.