General body meeting.
The workshop will prepare students for the CMBA Minority Clerkship Program. Will consist of a memo writing seminar and mock interviews.
Open to 1Ls and 2LEs to learn about the process of seeking a JD/MBA dual degree, including financial aid and admission.
General body meeting.
Entertainment and Sports Law Association Symposium
$10 Registration Fee
Register at cmlaweslasymposium.eventbrite.com or day of the symposium
Panel 1: Owning and Operating a Sports Venue
Panel 2: From Development to Production, How to Make a Film
sponsored by the Greater Cleveland Film Commission
Panel 3: Protecting and Monetizing the Publicity Rights of Athletes and Entertainers
sponsored by Britton Gallgher
Hosted by the Office of Career Planning
Have a question about your job search or career plans? Unsure of the next steps to take? Stop by the OCP's Open Forum for a casual, walk-in conversation.
Sponsored by the Office of Career Planning
Outstanding students will be recognized at our annual program. Reception to follow.
“Banks to the Future: The Legal Frontier of International Finance”
Advanced Registration Not Required
1:00: Welcome and Introductory Remarks by Mark J. Sundahl, Associate Dean for Administration and Professor of Law, Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
1:15: Crowdfunding, Cryptocurrencies, and International Business Ethics: Follow the “Money” by David Groshoff, senior VP & Chief Legal Officer at Dreamfund. Groshoff earned his J.D., M.B.A., and Ed.M from the Ohio State University, Northern Kentucky University, and Harvard University respectively.
2:05: Banks, Customer Identification, and the Search for the Bad Guys, by Richard Gordon, professor of law at Case Western Reserve University and Director of Financial Integrity Programs at Brown University. Gordon received a B.A. from Yale University and JD from Harvard University. Prior to coming to Cleveland, he practiced international tax law at the now defunct firm of Dewey Ballantine, and taught at Harvard Law School.
3:05: Money in Politics, the Roberts Court, and International Law: A Growing Divide, by Timothy K. Kuhner, associate professor at Georgia State University College of Law. Kuhner’s scholarship has been cited in the Yale Law Journal, Harvard Law Review, Duke Law Journal, NYU Law Review and the American Journal of Comparative Law. He received his J.D. and LL.M., magna cum laude, from Duke University School of Law.
3:55: Economic Sanctions: Opportunities and Compliance Challenges, by Jon P. Yormick, an international business and trade lawyer, practicing from offices in Buffalo and Cleveland. Yormick has represented U.S. and foreign clients before the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the U.S. Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, the U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control, and the U.S. International Trade Commission.
Sponsored by the Journal of Law and Health, Center for Health Law & Policy and Health Law Society