Cleveland State University students now have the opportunity to complete their undergraduate and law degrees through an accelerated 3+3 program with the University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and Cleveland State University's Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs will co-sponsor a TedX Salon Friday, March 31 on The Resurgent City. C|M|LAW Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich and Interim Dean Lee Fisher will be among the Salon's speakers.
The Office of Student Life, in cooperation with The Mental Health and Wellness Committee of the Cleveland Bar Association, will host a panel on promoting mental health and wellness. The panel will aim to provide a better understanding of treatment success rates and to reduce the stigma associated with a diagnosis of mental illness.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is celebrating its 120th Anniversary with plans for a yearlong celebration of its heritage. The 120th Anniversary campaign will include special activities and events to highlight the accomplishments of the law school and its distinguished alumni.
This meeting will be an informational session about IP in Cleveland. Ari Sherwin, President of the Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association (CIPLA), will give a brief talk about IP, CIPLA, and the upcoming concert and discussion with The Slants about their court battle over the trademark of their band's name with the Federal government.
Presenters: Dr. Paula Mickens-English, licensed clinical social worker and professor in CSU's Black Studies Dept.; and Dr. Katharine Oh, Director of CSU Counseling Center.
This program will discuss recent research on implicit bias, how to recognize it, causes for it, and strategies to address it. The program is open to all full-time and adjunct faculty. Lunch will be served.
Sponsored by the Diversity Council.
Cleveland-Marshall welcomes special guest Mark Smolik - VP, General Counsel, Secretary, Chief Compliance Officer, DHL/Exel Inc.
Mark joined DHL in 2009. He leads the company’s legal, commercial contracts management, compliance, and economic development teams, which includes responsibility for supporting the company’s Williams Lea TAG operations. Mark also serves as Global Chair of the company’s Supply Chain Legal Services Practice Group.
Schedule of Events:
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.: OCP will sponsor a breakfast for students interested in business law/corporate law in LB 60. Mr. Smolik will speak to students about DHL and their new externship program. Invitation only by the Office of Career Planning.
10:30 - 11:30 a.m. : Presentation to faculty and staff in the Moot Court Room.
Noon - 1:00 p.m. : Lunch with students in the Learning Commons. All students are welcome to attend.
Informational session for 1Ls and 2Ls to learn about the JD/Masters Dual Degree programs. Program starts at 5:15 and should end no later than 6:30. Pizza and pop will be served.
Join us in the brand new Rawson Learning Commons for a lively discussion on President Trump's executive order on immigration. You will learn the important issues from a legal perspective and can join in the discussion on where immigration policy is heading. Associate Dean and Professor Milena Sterio will moderate a panel discussion featuring Federal District Court Judge, the Honorable Dan A. Polster, Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich, Professor Joseph Mead, and immigration attorney Melissa A. Gawelek '13.
Pizza and soft drinks will be provided.
Guest Speaker: Professor Jonathan Adler, Case Western Reserve Law School
Prof. Adler will be talking about the nominations process, what we know about potential nominees, and their potential impact on the Court. Lunch will be provided, and the event will be open to all students and faculty.