Faced with a dramatically altered legal marketplace, law school graduates are increasingly blazing trails in exciting new arenas
Like the city of Cleveland, which is celebrating its first major sports championship in five decades, the law school has had quite a year.
Described as a “pioneer,” Case Western Reserve University School of Law is one of five innovative law schools leading the way in experiential education, according to U.S. News and World Report
Robert S. Reitman ’58 joined current School of Law students for the unveiling of a Cleveland-themed mural in the school’s atrium. Reitman, George N. Aronoff ’58 and James H. Berick ’58 matched gifts from the law school’s class of 2015 to fund the artwork.
The Society of Benchers was established in 1962 to give recognition to graduates who have distinguished themselves in their professions and their communities and have brought honor to the law school. The 54th annual dinner was held on June 23, 2016 at Tucker Ellis LLP.
Law school honors Erik Jensen, Jonathan Entin and Ken Margolis