In Brief

Faculty Briefs
Recent faculty activities
Judith Lipton
Louise McKinney: Advocate, Activist, Mentor

Spencer Neth
Tribute to Bill Leatherberry

Avidan Cover
Corporate Avatars and the Erosion of the Populist Fourth Amendment

Ruqaiijah Yearby
Good Enough To Use For Research, But Not Good Enough To Benefit from the Results of that Research: Are the Clinical HIV Vaccine Trials in...Show All

Richard Gordon
Improving the Administration of the Colombian Income Tax - Comment

Erik Jensen
Sixteenth Amendment



In Memoriam
Class of 1946
George V. Sauter

Class of 1947
Alfred J. Palmer

Class of 1948
David B. Weaver

Class of 1950
Frank Vaccariello (CLC '47)

Class of 1951
William H. Stein

Class of 1952
William M. Warren



Class Notes
Mark Griffin ('94)
was appointed Cuyahoga County Inspector General, the county announced on March 3, 2015. Griffin is an attorney with law firm Thorman Petrov Griffin.

Robert B. Graziano ('90)
of Roetzel & Andress, LLP, has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® for 2015 in Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants.

James A. Goldsmith ('80)
of Ulmer & Berne LLP, has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® for 2015.

Beverly Grady ('76)
of Roetzel & Andress, has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® for 2015 in Government Relations Practice, Land Use and ZoningShow All

Jacklyn J. Ford ('91)
of Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® for 2015.

Adam M. Fried ('95)
of Reminger Co., LPA, has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® for 2015 in Elder Law, Litigation - Trusts & Estates. He alsoShow All



Representing Artists, Athletes and Innovators

Representing Artists, Athletes and Innovators

Dena Cipriano
Erich and Audrey Spangenberg
The Spangenberg Family Foundation, established by Erich and Audrey Spangenberg, gave the law school $3 million to support its IP law program.
Craig A. Nard
“Just as breakthroughs in the intellectual property field have the ability to transform lives, so too does this gift serve as a turning point and expand what our center can do.”
— Craig A. Nard, notable IP law scholar and Director of the Spangenberg Center for Law, Technology & the Arts.

Nov 14 2014
A Conversation with Our Interim Deans

Dena Cipriano
Interim Deans Jessica Berg and Michael Scharf
Q & A with Jessica Berg and Michael Scharf
After consulting with faculty, staff and alumni leaders, Case Western Reserve University President Barbara R. Snyder announced in August that Interim Deans Jessica Berg and Michael Scharf would continue in their roles for at least the next academic year, saying: “Since the pair began sharing the dean position last fall, the school has posted significant gains in admissions, graduates’ employment and annual fund contributions.” Here, Berg and Scharf provide an update.

Nov 14 2014
New IP Law MOOC begins

Dena Cipriano
Law school offers free online course "Representing the Professional Athlete."
Professor Peter Carfagna
Challenging sports marketing and investment decisions can make or lose athletes millions of dollars and affect their career. Athletes and the professionals who represent them know this better than anyone, and that’s exactly from whom students will learn when they enroll in the law school’s new free online course, called a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).
Alumni
Women’s Law and Leadership Initiative Women’s Law and Leadership Initiative
More than 40 alumni and legal and business professionals come together for new weekly course.
Students
Meet Pegah Zardoost Meet Pegah Zardoost
First student enrolls in JD-MA in art history and museum studies.
Alumni
The Reputation Protector The Reputation Protector
Aaron Minc (LAW ’10) specializes in removing defamatory information on the internet.
Students
Commencement 2014 Commencement 2014
Mark Weinberger (LAW ’87, MBA ’87) speaks at law school commencement.
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