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Virtual Event: Powerful Content for Future Lawyer-Leaders

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A law degree will help you change the world, explore your passions, and develop leadership skills! CSU C|M|LAW will help you achieve your goals. We want you to experience first-hand what it’s like to be a student at CSU C|M|LAW. Come prepared to speak with deans, faculty and students and get all your questions answered - about our academic programs, internships and externships, career placement, student life and anything else that is important to you as you prepare for your legal education.

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Schedule of Events​

Noon - 12:15 p.m.​

  • Dean’s Welcome: Why Now, Why C|M|LAW ​

12:20 - 12:45 p.m.​

  • Admissions & Financial Aid
  • The Student Perspective
  • The Academic Program @ C|M|LAW​

12:50 - 1:15 p.m.​

  • Admissions & Financial Aid
  • Reaching Your Goals: Career Services
  • The C|M|LAW Difference: Learn Law Live Justice Starts Here

1:40 – 2:00 p.m.​

Breakout Sessions

  • Experiential Learning
  • Criminal Law & Reform
  • Immigration Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Law & Tech: Cybersecurity & IP
  • Business Law: Tax & Transactional
  • Admission Q & A
  • Law Student Q & A

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Virtual
Event date: 
Friday, March 5, 2021 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm
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Virtual Event: Powerful Content for Future Lawyer-Leaders

Student Profile: BLSA President Davona Mason

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Student Profile: BLSA President Davona Mason

Update: Davona is now 2021-2022 Student Bar Association President

CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law 2L student Davona Mason became interested in law school as an avenue to advocate for others and to seek change in the community. She was drawn to the practicality of a law degree and the profound impact she could have using a legal education in numerous capacities as a change agent.

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Wed, 12/02/2020 - 09:50 to Wed, 12/31/3000 - 00:55
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The Current State of the World - Global Business Law Review

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The Current State of the World CLE/Webinar, will broadly revolve around the topic of Covid-19 and its effects on the practice of law. This event will explore the legal perspectives of prominent leaders in the fields of Health Law, and the current racial state of the world. These speakers will discuss how COVID-19 has transformed their work, and in what ways the field of law will continue to transform with the constant moving pandemic.

Sponsored by The Global Business Law Review

Cost: $50
CLE: 2 Hours Pending

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Speakers
 

Scott R. Mote is Executive Director of the Ohio Lawyers Assistance Program, Inc., an Ohio nonprofit corporation that provides education, intervention, monitoring and support for substance use disorders, process addictions, and mental illness, serving over 44,000 Ohio lawyers and judges, and over 3,000 law students in Ohio's nine law schools. OLAP is supported by The Supreme Court of Ohio, the Ohio State Bar Association, and Ohio Bar Liability Insurance Company (affiliate of the OSBA). A recovering alcoholic since January 7, 1985, Scott began volunteering with the Ohio State Bar Association's (OSBA) Lawyers Assistance Committee (LAC) in September 1985. He has been involved with the LAC/OLAP for over 35 years, serving as OLAP's first Associate Director beginning in 1995, and becoming Executive Director in March 1999. Scott has made over 700 presentations to lawyers, judges and law students and he has facilitated over 150 interventions and oversees six other chemical dependency and mental health professionals. Statistically, OLAP opens a new file nearly every day. Prior to making OLAP a fulltime endeavor in June 2007, Scott was a general practice lawyer and civil litigator for over 30 years, the last 18 as a founding partner of Harris, McClellan, Binau & Cox PLL, Columbus, where he is Of Counsel. 


Bethany Studenic is a Co-Founder and Managing Director of Enlightened Solutions, an organization that creates, implements, and publishes research-based solutions that center the lived experiences of diverse people. Bethany holds her Bachelors in Social Work, Masters in Social Administration, and Juris Doctor. Bethany has over 10 years in community change experience, heading up highly visible social and research based movements. In addition, Bethany has worked with a variety of diverse populations through direct experience. Bethany is an accomplished fundraiser, government relations professional, community strategist, researcher and policy analysis expert.


Chinenye (ChiChi) Nkemere is a Co-Founder and Director of Strategy of Enlightened Solutions, an organization that creates, implements, and publishes research-based solutions that center the lived experiences of diverse people. ChiChi is a strategic thinker. She has over 10 years of experience in community and digital engagement and advocacy. ChiChi holds a Bachelors in Political Science and African/African American Studies from The Ohio State University and immediately moved to Houston to serve as a Teach for America educator. As public safety and workplace advocate she is dedicated to progressive and transformative community development.

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Webinar
Event date: 
Friday, November 20, 2020 - 11:00am to 2:00pm
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The Current State of the World - Global Business Law Review

Careers in Cybersecurity/Privacy Panel

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Professor Brian Ray will moderate a panel of experts in the cybersecurity/privacy field. Panelists will include alums from DHS, McDonald Hopkins, Lewis Brisbois, and Ingram Micro CPO. Don't miss it! 

Students interested in attending may reach out to Jaime Gay for more information.

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Remote
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Monday, October 26, 2020 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
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CMBA Media & the Law Series: Covering the Supreme Court

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Panelists:

Adam Liptak, NY Times

Richard Davis, author of “Covering the U.S. Supreme Court in the Digital Age

* Moderators: Lee Fisher, Dean, Cleveland-Marshall Law School, Cleveland State University and former Attorney General for the State of Ohio; Jessica Berg, CWRU School of Law

 The U.S. Supreme Court seeks to limit information about its internal deliberations, while the press's job is to report and disseminate as much information as possible about the Court and the cases. Combined with increasing demands for transparency in the digital age, the tension between an institution that seeks to preserve its opaqueness and a press corps that demands greater transparency results in an interesting dynamic. This CLE will explore the relationship between the Justices and the press, the media' approach to the Court's docket, and the effects of news coverage on public opinion.
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Zoom
Event date: 
Thursday, December 17, 2020 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm
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CMBA Media & the Law Series: The Press, The Law & Protesters

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PANELISTS:

Terry Gilbert, attorney, Friedman & Gilbert

Prof. Kevin O’Neill, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University

Elizabeth Bonham, staff attorney, American Civil Liberties Union

Cory Shaffer, reporter, The Plain Dealer & Cleveland.com

Christopher Rivero, attorney, Esparza Rivero

*Moderator: Lee Fisher, Dean, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University

This panel will focus on the intersection of journalism and ethics in covering protests and protest narratives in the news, also addressing how adaptive technology is changing the ways that protests are covered. When Cleveland announced its downtown curfew, there didn’t seem to be a press policy exception, raising questions about exactly who qualifies as press (with reference to recent litigation in Portland on this subject).
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ZOOM
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Monday, October 26, 2020 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm
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CMBA Media & the Law Series: The Press, The Law & Protesters

CSU C|M|LAW Appellate Practice Clinic Secures Victory in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals

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CSU C|M|LAW Appellate Practice Clinic Secures Victory in the Sixth Circuit

CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law’s Appellate Practice Clinic secured an impressive victory in the United States Court of Appeals for The Sixth Circuit to allow the introduction of new evidence in a 24-year old murder case.

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Tue, 09/15/2020 - 15:50 to Wed, 06/30/2021 - 00:30
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Thu, 07/01/2021

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