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ESLA Presents - Copyright, Fair Use, and Parody: A Pretty Woman, 20 years later
This presentation will examine both the reasoning and result in Campbell v. Acuff-Rose. Iit will then consider some of the most prominent fair use/parody cases decided by lower federal courts since Campbell.. It will offer several recent, high profile examples, for discussion of whether they meet the requirement for fair use/parody.
Please join us for the CMBA/C-M Law Small Group Networking Roundtable. Attorneys Darrell Clary of Walter Haverfield, Scott Heasley of Chernett Wasserman and Anne Owings Ford of McDonald Hopkins will share information about their careers in civil litigation, answer your questions, and offer tips and advice for starting your career in this field. RSVP's are required in Sympliciity.
Look Up to Cleveland, Class of 2014
Civic Vision Day/Graduation Objectives:
Practice succinct public speaking skills
Collaborate and work as a team
Understand rolel as alumni, young leaders and advocates for the community
8:00 am Check in - lower level lounge by E. 18 & Euclid Ave.
8:45 am - Welcome - Moot Court Room
Program continues in Moot court room, 201, 202 and 204 all day with the program concluding in the Moot Court Room at 6:00 pm.
Graduation Fair for all graduates in the Atrium
This year's CMLAA Pathways to Practice: How I Got My First Legal Job will offer tips for staying motivated, ideas for keeping networking fresh and interesting, and other strategies for success. They will also answer your questions.
Panelists: John D. Grauer, Associate Attorney at the Law Offices of Benjamin F. Farah
Allen Tittle, Associate Attorney at Mellino Robenalt
Kelsey Taylor, Assistant Public Defender at the Cuyahoga County Public Defenders' Office
Please RSVP in Simplicity
The Legal Entrepreneurial Association in collaboration with the Office of Career Planning invite you to attend the second annual Spring Soiree
This is a great opportunity to socialize and network with legal and non-legal entrepreneurs from the Cleveland area from various business areas.We will be hosting a tasting of "LEAtinis" and offering a look at Cleveland Marshall's new Incubator Project.
RSVP to email@example.com
How to Make a Good Pope Bad: Soviet Disinformation and Pope Pius XII - Presentation by Professor Ronald Rychalk
The OCP and Law Library Staff are pleased to present our annual "Getting Ready to Clerk" seminar. Library staff will demonstrate and discuss research tools and techniques you will need to be an effective law clerk this summer. The OCP will share with you what to expect and discuss how to ensure your clerkship is a successful one. A panel of alumni will offer their insight into what types of projects to expect during your law clerk experience. There will be a time for Q & A. To register, please contact Laura Ray, 216-687-6880 or
The Director of the Bar Admissions Office of the Ohio Supreme Court and an Ohio Bar Examiner will be in the Moot Court room to discuss the Ohio Bar Exam. They will review the structure and content of the Exam.They will also explain how the essay portion of the Test is graded and what bar examiners expect to see in a passing answers. They will also be available to answer questions that you may have on the Exam. Refreshments will be served.
This is a MUST SEE PRESENTATION for anyone planning on taking the Ohio Bar Exam!!
From Pam Daiker- Middaugh - You are invited to attend an informational meeting about the 2014 Summer Public Interest Fellowship program at noon in the Moot Court room. Discover ways to cover some of the costs of your public interest and pro bono work. Refreshments will be served