Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has launched new “pop-up practicums” where students will work closely with faculty in a short-term, practice-based experience in a legal issue important to them. C|M|LAW’s program is one of only a small number of “pop-up” learning experiences in the nation. Semester-long practicums offer course credit and will be established ad hoc based on the relevance of the topic, student interest and faculty availability.
Two Cleveland-Marshall College of Law alumni, Christopher Blake '99 and Jon Pinney '00, have been named to the Leadership Cleveland Class of 2018.
A Cleveland Leadership Center program, Leadership Cleveland welcomes approximately 65 participants each year after a highly competitive selection process. Participants are selected based on their level of volunteer leadership in the community, senior-level leadership within their profession and support from their employers and Leadership Cleveland alumni.
Judges from the Eighth District Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in the Moot Court room for two criminal appeals: State v. Ibraham Alim (Appeal No. 105164) and State v. Devon Edwards (Appeal No. 105163). The panel presiding over the case will include Judge Mary Jane Boyle, Judge Sean Gallagher and Judge Larry Jones.
Our newest graduates will have the opportunity to have lunch with Dean Fisher, while sharing their job search goals and getting his advice and assistance.
Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is pleased to announce that Brent M. Buckley '82, managing partner of the law firm of Buckley King, has been appointed chair of the law school’s Board of Visitors.
In that role, Buckley will serve as a senior advisor to the dean, assisting in developing and implementing the law school’s strategic plan. Buckley previously served as the Board’s vice chair.
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