Thinking about Careers? Maybe you want to keep the world safe for capitalism? Or maybe you just want to speak truth to power? Either way, come join us for:
A distinguished panel of Cleveland practitioners discuss antitrust careers and the pros and cons of antitrust practice.
Tuesday, October 30, 5:00 p.m.
Room LB60, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, 1801 Euclid Avenue
Light refreshments will be served.
Jennifer Dowdell Armstrong - Member, McDonald Hopkins
Brian Grube - Of Counsel, Jones Day
Danny Karon - Karon LLC
Tom Zych - Partner, Thompson Hine
Chris Sagers (Moderator) - Professor, C-M Law
Sponsored by Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and ABA Section of Antitrust Law
Famed First Amendment advocate Mary Beth Tinker to present in Cleveland Friday, November 9. “Black armband” war-protester student of the 1960s will be featured speaker at Education Law Association’s 64th Annual Conference special event at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
As we near the 50th anniversary of that famous First Amendment ruling,you will have a chance to hear Mary Beth Tinker in person at a special session starting at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9 at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s Moot Court Room, 1801 Euclid Ave. in Cleveland. Following Tinker's presentation, she will participate in a panel discussion to include an attorney & First Amendment scholar, and a public school administrator to shed light on the legal and practical implications of actions by students and schools.
The event is open to the public at no charge and will be followed by a silent auction and reception, and donations to ELA (a 501-c-3) are greatly appreciated. Ohio attorneys will receive 2.25 CLE credits.
For more information on attending the entire conference (CLE credits are available in many states), which will otherwise be held at the Marriott at Key Center, I invite you to visit our website at educationlaw.org.
Sponsors include Thompson & Horton, LLP of Houston, the Ohio ACLU, and The City Club of Cleveland
The Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Civil Litigation Clinic secured an important victory with the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in early October, reversing a lower court decision and reviving a Cuban immigrant's claim to vacate his sentence.