Students - Discover ways to volunteer in the community. Refreshments will be served.
The Federalist Society is proud to present our first event of the year, "Is Ohio Policing for Profit?” on Tuesday October 18th at 12:00 PM in LB 206. The event will focus on possible reforms to the state of Ohio’s Civil Asset Forfeiture laws. The guest speaker will be Mr. Robert Alt, President of The Buckeye Institute for Public Policy Solutions in Columbus, Ohio, with commentary provided by our very own Professor Jonathan Witmer-Rich. Lunch will be provided, and all are welcome to attend.
Sponsored by the Health Law Society and the Journal of Law and Health. Tickets will be on sale starting October 10 at a table by the SBA Store or you can see any member of the two organizations to purchase tickets. Tickets will be $10 and good for two drinks and appetizers. Additional drink tickets may be purchased at the event for $5 each (cash).
*Open Bar & Food*
*Prizes for Best Costume*
Group of 2
Group of 3 or more
When: Saturday, October 29, 2016
Where: The Velvet Dog, Level 2
Time: 8:00 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased from any SBA member.
Networking Event for law students. Get moving and stay active! Free ride at Harness Cycle. Adult beverages and snacks will follow the ride. Please be sure to register and sign the waiver. All guests should plan to arrive 15 minutes early to allow time to get fitted for shoes and get help wtih their bike setup.
An event co-sponsored by BLSA, SBA, NLG and the Dean's Office. There will be a panel discussion discussing the “Black Lives Matter” and “Blue Lives Matter” as it relates to the student body at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. The purpose of this event is to create a safe space for expressing and discussing law students’ perspectives on both movements and how it intersects with their lives.
More information TBA.
Join the SBA in a friendly competition against Case Law! Come support your classmates and enjoy an afternoon outdoors! Refreshments will be provided by the SBA. ** Players should wear green! Cleats are ideal, but not required.**
Health Law Society meeting regarding the AHLA Conference.
A representative from the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office will talk to students about careers as a prosecutor.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law will host a Criminal Justice Forum, "White Collar Shortcuts" Tuesday, April 18 at 5 p.m. The lecture will be delivered by Ellen S. Podgor, the Gary R. Trombley Family White-Collar Crime Research Professor and Professor of Law at Stetson University College of Law.
In the aftermath of financial and corporate frauds, the government has been touting that they will crack down on white collar crime. Behind this aggressive rhetoric, however, is a reality of the government using shortcuts in both agency policy and prosecutorial practices. Building statistics that may play well with the press will not correct misconduct in the boardroom, corruption in government offices, and computer crimes that plague the Internet.
About Ellen S. Podgor:
A former deputy prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, Professor Ellen S. Podgor teaches in the areas of white collar crime, criminal law and international criminal law. Podgor is the co-author of numerous books including White Collar Crime in a Nutshell, Understanding International Criminal Law, Mastering Criminal Law, White Collar Crime Hornbook, and Mastering Criminal Procedure Vol. I and Vol. II. She has authored more than 70 law review articles and essays in the areas of computer crime, international criminal law, lawyer's ethics, criminal discovery, prosecutorial discretion, corporate criminality, and other white collar crime topics. Podgor previously taught at Georgia State University College of Law and St. Thomas University College of Law, was a visiting professor at University of Georgia School of Law, George Washington University Law School and held a visiting endowed chair position at University of Alabama School of Law.
Podgor has been interviewed on National Public Radio and been quoted in newspapers across the country, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, LA Times, National Law Journal, Chicago Tribune, and Business Week. She is the editor of the highly ranked White Collar Crime Prof Blog.