CSU C|M|LAW’s Community Advocacy Law Clinic Springs to Action During COVID-19 Crisis
The following is a list of upcoming events that have been canceled or postponed. We will continue to update the list as more infomation becomes available.
Rescheduled dates for postponed or canceled events will be announced as they become available.
Faculty luncheon CANCELED
CSU C|M|LAW's Criminal Justice Center is launching the "Day One Project," a new initiative that teams law students with the Cuyahoga County Public Defender's Office to provide defendants with the time and attention needed to make their case for being released to a judge. The collaboration will be led by CSU C|M|LAW Leader-in-Residence and former Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Robert Triozzi,
Sponsored by the Office of Student Life and Career Planning
Cleveland-Marshall 3LE Student Kristina Schiavone graduated from the College of Wooster with a degree in chemistry and has worked as an associate chemist for the past four years at Coventya, Inc., a company that specializes in producing metal surface treatment chemicals.
The hard work of students in the Civil Litigation Clinic Fall Semester class paid off recently. A civil rights action in federal court settled favorably for one client, and an appeal of a denial of unemployment benefits was successful in gaining the restoration of those benefits for another client.
Students - Join us for a conversation with Steve Dettelbach.
Sponsored by the Jewish Law Students' Association
Sponsored by the Office of Student and Career Services
Short Circuit podcast is coming to Cleveland-Marshall on April 22nd to record a live show. The podcast is hosted by the Institute for Justice, who along with some local panelists, will be featuring the 6th Circuit, and discussing recent 6th Circuit decisions.