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Monday Morning Message 4.25.22 Lifting As We Climb

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Monday Morning Message 4.25.22 Lifting As We Climb

“ Lifting as we climb, onward and upward we go, struggling and striving….. we look forward to a future large with promise and hope. Seeking no favors because of our color, nor patronage because of our needs, we knock at the bar of justice, asking an equal chance." - Mary Church Terrell, suffragist and civil rights activist; author, A Colored Woman in a White World, 1940

 Every week I witness the impressive accomplishments of our students not only in the classroom but also outside the classroom through participation in our diverse, outstanding C|M|Law student organizations, publications, and events.

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Monday Morning Message 4.11.22 A Face That Looks Like Mine.

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Monday Morning Message 4.11.22 A Face That Looks Like Mine.

It has taken 232 years and 115 prior appointments for a Black woman to be selected to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States. But we’ve made it. We’ve made it. All of us.” Justice Designate Ketanji Brown Jackson

“ I’m crying happy tears because for the first time, I can look at the highest court in the country — a country I would give my life for — and see a face that looks like mine.” – 2L Stephanie Goggans, A Face That Looks Like Mine, New York Times, April 7, 2022

"She deserves this, she's worked for this, and it re-enforces this concept that if you work hard and you commit and you endure… you can rise." - 2L Stephanie Goggans, TV 3 WKYC, Cleveland Law Students See Ketanji Brown Jackson Opening Doors For Future

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CSU C|M|LAW Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Graduates Work at the Intersection of Law and Cybersecurity

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Graduates Work at the Intersection of Law and Cybersecurity

CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection has provided educational and training opportunities and developed cutting-edge research on cybersecurity and privacy issues since it was founded in 2016. Now in its sixth year, the Center has established itself as a leader in the cybersecurity sector with a number of recent CSU C|M|LAW graduates now working at the intersection of law and cybersecurity.

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125TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION & TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD EVENT

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125th Anniversary Celebration & To Kill a Mockingbird Event

This year, CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law celebrates 125 years of our enduring commitment to learning law and living justice and 50 years of our Legal Career Opportunities Program (LCOP).

Please join us Friday, April 29, 2022 

for a very special evening to celebrate these milestones and a unique opportunity to experience Harper Lee's classic American legal story, To Kill a Mockingbird, onstage at the Connor Palace Theater.


5:00 pm
Anniversary Celebration at Cibreo Privato
1501 E 14th St, Cleveland, OH 44115
 
7:30 pm
Curtain, To Kill a Mockingbird at Connor Palace Theater
1615 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115

Complimentary valet parking included

This very special one-time event not only celebrates our iconic history of living justice, but also raises funds to support our Legal Career Opportunities Program (LCOP)Academic Support Program, Diversity Matters Programs, and Racial Justice Programs.

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1801 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44115 (Moot Court Room)
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Friday, April 29, 2022 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
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Monday Morning Message 4.4.22 People Will Never Forget How You Made Them Feel.

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Monday Morning Message 4.4.22 People Will Never Forget How You Made Them Fe

“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” ― Maya Angelou

“I chose Cleveland-Marshall because I felt the support and dedication to students even before I walked into the building...” – Courtney Parson ‘22

 “We study together, laugh together, and lift each other up…” -MaKenna Daus- ‘22 

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Monday Morning Message 3.28.22 There is Not One Path. There is Only Your Path.

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Monday Morning Message 3.28.22 There is Not One Path. There is Only Your Pa

All law schools have distinctive qualities and characteristics. Cleveland-Marshall's are the connected learning processes that go on throughout your law school years and continue beyond those years, in addition to the faculty and staff's commitment to the details of what it takes for student success. - Ohio Supreme Court Justice Melody J. Stewart ‘88

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Arcola Whatley Joins CSU C|M|LAW to Lead New Pardon, Clemency, and Expungement Clinic

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Arcola Whatley Leads New Pardon, Clemency, and Expungement Clinic

Arcola Whatley has joined the CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law faculty as Director of the school’s new Pardon, Clemency, and Expungement Clinic, launched earlier this year.

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Monday Morning Message 3.14.22 Save the Date! To Kill a Mockingbird

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Monday Morning Message 3.14.22 Save the Date! To Kill a Mockingbird

The welcome gift of To Kill a Mockingbird was a wonderful surprise. The personalized bonus of my name and admitted date with space to add additional milestone dates, truly makes this a special keepsake. ” - Admitted Student

 “Thank you for the book and lovely letter. Because of Atticus Finch, at a young age I knew that I wanted to become an attorney and help become a voice for those who need it most.” – Admitted Student

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CSU-NLG Symposium: Beyond Black Letter Law

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Cleveland State University National Lawyers Guild will present a three-day symposium discussing the topic of movement lawyering, covering a range of topics discussed by attorneys and community members.

Day Three: Law for the People

  • Put into practice, movement lawyering can take many forms, and lawyers practicing in all areas can use their expertise in the law to align themselves with social movements. For instance, criminal defense and civil litigation attorneys often align themselves with police and government misconduct dissent movements. Environmental attorneys and civil litigators may find themselves working together on class actions and doing race-discrimination work. Today's panel will focus on speakers who have built successful careers as practicing movement lawyers in a variety of fields. 

Speakers:

Leslie Johns

Emily Collins

Sarah Gelsimino

 

REGISTER

This is a live event, but for those who can't attend in person, we invite you to watch the live streamed event here. Please note, those attendees seeking CLE credit must attend in person for credit.

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1801 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44115 (Moot Court Room)
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Wednesday, March 30, 2022 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
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