With help from an amicus brief filed by CWRU law students, Joseph Burke ’90 successfully argued a case before the Supreme Court of Ohio that could set a precedent for future immigration cases across the nation.
Led by adjunct professor Patrick Kabat, the new lab gives students hands-on access to local and national first amendment and intellectual property cases.
Our Ault Mock Trial team took first place in the annual competition that included 20 teams from around the nation, and our National Moot Court teams excelled in the Midwest Regional of the New York City Bar Association's 67th Annual National Moot Court Competition.
Case Western Reserve law professor Avidan Y. Cover and students Galen Baynes and Katelyn Pierce wrote and submitted the complaint with their co-counsel, Center for Constitutional Rights, on behalf of their client, the racial justice network Color of Change.
The brief, filed in support of Aqua Products Inc., marks the start of the clinic’s advocacy role in the intellectual property space.
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office recently approved a grant award of almost $1 million to support our law school’s effort to end human trafficking.