Founded in 1892, our law school has a 125 year track record of training the next generation of legal minds.
Professor Aaron Perzanowski teaches intellectual property to students in one of our lecture halls.
Grab a cup of coffee, fresh breakfast and lunch at our "Res Judicafe."
Our three-story Ben C. Green Law Library has plenty of comfortable space for studying and reading, and a number of sound proof rooms for collaboration.
You will work directly with clients in one of seven law clinics handling a wide range of cases.
Help entrepreneurs bring new products to market in our Intellectual Property Venture Clinic.
Our new active learning classroom is designed for high-tech, collaborative education.
A gathering of graduates in our upper rotunda. You instantly become part of our close-knit network that lasts a lifetime.
Meeting in our courtyard, Professor Avi Cover talks with students who are working with clients in our Human Rights, Civil Rights & Immigration Clinic.
Students can relax and study in sunshine in our popular courtyard.
Enjoy the grounds of our picturesque campus.
When you graduate from our law school, you'll become one of our 12,000 alumni from around the world.
Our campus is just a short drive or RTA ride to downtown Cleveland, a coastal city on Lake Erie.
The view of campus from above.
Wade Oval is one of northeast Ohio's premier public spaces and is just a few steps away from the law school.
Walk across the street to the Cleveland Museum of Art, ranked No. 2 in the country.
Co-Dean Michael Scharf, along with faculty and students, regularly perform at our popular neighborhood tavern.
Home to the world-renonwned Cleveland Orchestra, Severance Hall is just one of the many landmarks in our neighborhood.
You'll be surprised by the vast amount of green space surrounding our school and within Cleveland's extensive park system.
Our neighborhood also boasts the Museum of Contemporary Art.
A local favorite. Made with all local ingredients, it's the best. Trust us.
Located around the corner from the law school, uptown is one of the region's most exciting places to live, work and play.
Modern architecture is a fixture of University Circle.
Enjoy free musical festivals during the summer at Wade Oval across the road from the law school.
Home to dozens of superb Italian restaurants and excellent affordable housing for students, this nearby neighborhood holds an annual four-day celebration known as The Feast.
One of the top 10 in the nation, the Museum of Natural History and zoo is just across Wade Oval Park from the law school.
When temperatures dip, our students head across the street to the Costa Rican rain forest.
In University Circle, there are dozens of unique festivals, such as the Larchmere Porchfest, going on throughout the year.
A walking trail along the tranquil Wade Lagoon is just down the street from the law school.
One of the newest buildings on campus, located behind the Law School, the Tinkham-Veal Center hosts eateries, large group spaces and meeting rooms for students and events.
One of the best views of Cleveland's skyline is from the lakefront.
Experience the history of Rock 'n Roll at the multi-sensory Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame -- Cleveland's most popular attraction.
Iron Chef Michael Symon's Lola is just one of the many great restaurants you can find on East Fourth Street.
The Cuyahoga County Courthouse in Cleveland is just one of the many locations where you will experience law first-hand while working with clients.
Head downtown to check out The Flats district, a popular waterfront destination for restaurants and night life.
One of the first stops in every Broadway tour, catch a musical or dramatic performance at Playhouse Square -- home to the nation's second largest concentration of theaters.
Cleveland is home to three major professional sports teams.
Cleveland's revitalized downtown is home to an impressive array of corporate headquarters and law firms.
You can take a boat ride, swim at a beach or explore the Lake Erie islands, west of Cleveland.