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Monday Morning Message 10.4.21 First Monday in October / First Friday in November

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Monday Morning Message 10.4.21 First Monday in October / First Friday in No

“The President and the Congress … can say what they think they think, but it rests with the Supreme Court to decide what they have really thought.” ― President Theodore Roosevelt

This morning’s message is about the First Monday in October, and the first Friday in November.

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Monday Morning Message 9.27.21 Attitude Determines Altitude.

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Monday Morning Message 9.27.21 Attitude Determines Altitude.

“Come to the edge” he said. They said, “We are afraid.“ “Come to the edge,” he said. They came. He pushed them…and they flew.” – Guillaume Apollinaire

As our very talented first year class enters their 6th week of law school, here are some thoughts I shared with them on their first day. 

At this moment, your past scores, grades, and successes as well as your past defeats, failures, and mistakes are behind you.

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Monday Morning Message 9.20.21 Faculty Focus

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Monday Morning Message 9.20.21 Faculty Focus

Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire.” – William Butler Yeats

Nothing is more important to student success and the success of our great law school than the quality of our full-time faculty. Our faculty are teachers and scholars who offer a level of expertise, accessibility, support, encouragement, and interaction that many law schools don’t offer. They not only inspire our students, they inspire each other, and they inspire me. We are also very fortunate to have outstanding adjunct and emeritus faculty, and leaders-in-residence.

I am pleased to share an update on some of their recent excellent scholarship, presentations, teaching, and service. This Monday Morning Message is longer than usual so that I can highlight their work over the summer in some detail.

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Pretrial Justice Clinic Student Kailey Leary Advocates for Bail Reform Legislation at Ohio Statehouse

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Clinic Student Advocates for Bail Reform Legislation at Ohio Statehouse

 

CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 3L student Kailey Leary had the opportunity to advocate for Senate Bill 182, bail reform legislation being considered by Ohio’s state legislature as part of the CSU C|M|LAW Criminal Justice Center’s new Pretrial Justice Clinic.

“Researching and preparing my testimony in support of SB 182 was an incredible opportunity and exercise in learning more about the format of bills and the process of passing new bills,” explained Kailey. “I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to work closely with Professor Triozzi during my time in the Pretrial Justice Clinic.

The Pretrial Justice Clinic, taught by Professor Robert J. Triozzi, a former Cleveland Municipal Court Judge with an experiential background in both prosecution and criminal defense, provides students with the opportunity to fill a critical need in the criminal justice system – oral and written advocacy for indigent defendants during the initial bail process. The aim of the Clinic is not only to provide students with meaningful legal experience in the courtroom, but to specifically contribute their efforts toward a significant and growing need in the criminal justice system – the need for effective legal representation for defendants at this early but pivotal stage in the criminal justice process.

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Constitution Day Panel: Reviewing the Supreme Court's Past Term

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In recognition of Constitution Day, CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law will hold a panel discussion reviewing major decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court's previous term. The discussion will include the Court's recent actions related to the new Texas abortion law, an overview of the Court's recent criminal law decisions, and other significant cases.

The panel discussion will feature Professors Steve Lazarus, Reginald Oh, Milena Sterio, and Jonathan Witmer-Rich, and the discussion will be moderated by Dean Lee Fisher. The event is free and open to all students, faculty, staff, and the public.

 

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Monday Morning Message 9.13.21 The Sky is No Longer the Limit

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Monday Morning Message 9.13.21 The Sky is No Longer the Limit

“The sky is no longer the limit…” -Motto of CSU C|M|LAW’s Global Space Law Center

 “The more we go out there and spend time out there, all the things we do here are going to happen in space.” – CSU C|M|LAW Professor Mark Sundahl, New York Times, August 23, 2019, How a Bitter Divorce Battle on Earth Led to Claims of a Crime in Space 

In two days, the extraordinary is happening. On Wednesday morning, September 15 at 9 a.m. EST, four people will be launched by SpaceX into orbit for a three-day journey which will be the first all-civilian mission to orbit – a mission named Inspiration4.

Why is that relevant to our law school? Because our Global Space Law Centerfounded and directed by Professor Mark Sundahl, is the first law school center in the nation dedicated exclusively to the study of the law of outer space.

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Monday Morning Message 9.13.21 The Sky is No Longer the Limit

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“The sky is no longer the limit…” -Motto of CSU C|M|LAW’s Global Space Law Center

 

“The more we go out there and spend time out there, all the things we do here are going to happen in space.” – CSU C|M|LAW Professor Mark Sundahl, New York Times, August 23, 2019, How a Bitter Divorce Battle on Earth Led to Claims of a Crime in Space 

In two days, the extraordinary is happening. On Wednesday morning, September 15 at 9 a.m. EST, four people will be launched by SpaceX into orbit for a three-day journey which will be the first all-civilian mission to orbit – a mission named Inspiration4.

Why is that relevant to our law school? Because our Global Space Law Centerfounded and directed by Professor Mark Sundahl, is the first law school center in the nation dedicated exclusively to the study of the law of outer space.

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Saturday Morning Message 9.11.21 Strong at the Broken Places

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Saturday Morning Message 9.11.21 Strong at the Broken Places

“The world breaks every one and afterward many are strong at the broken places.”  -Ernest HemingwayA Farewell to Arms

I’ve never written a Saturday Morning Message, and I doubt I will again, but this morning is different.

20 years ago this morning our world changed in an instant. It was one of the saddest, darkest, most horrific days in history.

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