Tentative date for Spring 2020 Law Commencement ceremony.
Renee Stromski, 2L, is one of eight law students selected for an Equal Justice Works 2020 Regional Public Interest Awards. Chosen from 127 applications, Renee was selected for her exemplary commitment to public interest law and pro bono work.
Growing up in a family of lawyers, the legal profession was always on the radar for current CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 3L Hannah Kraus. But it was when Hannah was in the eighth grade that she solidified her decision that law was the path she wanted to pursue. During that school year, Hannah’s social studies class participated in a mock trial with CSU C|M|LAW Hall of Fame JudgeDan Aaron Polster, U.S.
Anthony Alto ’20 graduated from Cleveland State University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and put his degree to use as an Election Recruitment Official with the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections. In that role, he engaged in the community to recruit and train workers to assure quality and balanced elections.
When Alexandria (Alex) Gardella '20 entered law school at CSU’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in the fall of 2017, she was not sure what to expect. She had graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from John Carroll University in business management and was a member of the University’s pre-law society but was unsure of her place in law school.
CSU Cleveland Marshall College of Law students Joseph Nelson Jr. and Michael Watkins have taken similar paths during their time in law school. Nelson and Watkins are both enrolled in the CSU C|M|LAW dual degree program, seeking joint J.D./M.B.A degrees. Both are active members of CSU C|M|LAW’s Black Law Students Association (BLSA).
All students receive their letter grades as usual. After seeing your grades, each student then has three options:
CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 3L student and current Cleveland State Law Review Editor-in-Chief Patrick Lipaj has always been interested in business and graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Economics (along with a Bachelor of Arts, Political Science).
CSU C|M|LAW’s Community Advocacy Law Clinic Springs to Action During COVID-19 Crisis