It can be challenging for Cleveland-Marshall College of Law part-time evening students to be involved with student organizations and extra-curricular activities at the law school while maintaining a full-time career. You would never know that from looking at the resume of 4LE Tiffany Henderson, one of the most active students on campus who also works full-time as a customer support analyst in information technology with PPG Industries.
Four Cleveland-Marshall College of Law students are living justice with global impact through an internship with the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, the international ad hoc tribunal set up in Cambodia to try former members of the Khmer Rouge regimes for international crimes committed when the regime was in power from 1975-79. The C|M|LAW students currently interning with the tribunal, 2/3Ls Lena Buttkus, Tiffany McElhaney, Jeffrey Nelson and Becca Schueller, work directly with two legal officers with the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials.
General body meeting of the C-M Allies.
Justinian Forum's yearly event. This is a great networking opportunity for all law students and includes a five course meal. The only thing we ask is that you provide a $5 gratuity for the waiters and waitresses. Please contact Treasurer Andrea Liguore at email@example.com if you are interested in attending. First come first served.
Hosted by the Office of Admissions
General body meeting of the Hispanic Law Students Association.