Celebrating 125 Years

In Brief

Faculty Briefs
Recent faculty activities View All
Michael Scharf
The Founders: The Inside Accounts of the Chief Prosecutors who Launched the World's International Criminal Tribunals (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2017). (with David Crane and Leila Sadat)

Martha Woodmansee
The 'Romantic' Author, in Research Handbook on the History of Copyright Law 53 (Isabella Alexander and H. Tomás Gómez-Arostegui, eds., Edward Elgar, 2016).

Ruqaiijah Yearby
Missing the “Target”: Preventing the Unjust Inclusion of Vulnerable Children for Medical Research Studies, 42 Am. J.L. & Med 797 (2016).

Aaron Perzanowski
Digital Copyright Exhaustion & Personal Property, in Research Handbook on IP Exhaustion and Parallel Imports (Edward Elgar, 2016).

Robert Rapp
Registration and Regulation of Clearing Agencies and Transfer Agents, chapter 2A in Fed. Sec. Exchange Act of 1934 (Lexis/Nexis, 2017).

Matthew Rossman
Counting Casualties in Communities Hit Hardest by the Foreclosure Crisis, 2016 Utah L. Rev. 245 (2016).

In Memoriam View All Recent
Mrs. Jane M. Bauschard (LAW '83)
Mr. Lloyd J. Colenback (LAW '53)
Hon. Harry E. Klide (LAW '55)
Mr. Sanford A. Halpert (LAW '56)
Mr. Conrad J. Morgenstern (ADL ’48) (LAW '49)
Mr. James W. McKee (LAW '69)

Class Notes
Recent alumni activities View All
Julia Liston ('16)
is an attorney advisor with INTERPOL Washington for the U.S. Department of Justice.

John Marvar ('16)
has joined Brennan, Manna & Diamond, LLC as an associate.

Mitchell Prentis ('16)
has joined Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP as an associate.

Anthony Santiago ('16)
has joined CrossCountry Mortgage, Inc. as associate corporate counsel.

Sara Smoter ('16)
has joined Kaufman & Company’s Cleveland Office as an associate attorney.

Joseph Tomino ('16)
has accepted an attorney position at the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland.

The Changing Face of Law Employment

The Changing Face of Law Employment

Dena Cipriano
Faced with a dramatically altered legal marketplace, law school graduates are increasingly blazing trails in exciting new arenas    
Q & A: An Update from the Deans

Q & A: An Update from the Deans

Dena Cipriano
Like the city of Cleveland, which is celebrating its first major sports championship in five decades, the law school has had quite a year. In this Q&A, Co-Deans Jessica Berg and Michael Scharf bring us up to date.    
U.S. News names CWRU a top innovator, Rankings improve for third straight year

U.S. News names CWRU a top innovator, Rankings improve for third straight 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.    
New mural showcases Cleveland — and collaboration

New mural showcases Cleveland — and collaboration

Dena Cipriano
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.    
Society of Benchers 2016

Society of Benchers 2016

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.    
Three faculty members retire in 2016

Three faculty members retire in 2016

Dena Cipriano
Law school honors Erik Jensen, Jonathan Entin and Ken Margolis    
Frederick K. Cox International Law Center celebrates 25th year anniversary
Weekly colloquium on law and business offered for free in-person CLE credit

Weekly colloquium on law and business offered for free in-person CLE credit

Dena Cipriano
2015 - 2016 Honor Roll of Donors

2015 - 2016 Honor Roll of Donors

Recognizing alumni and friends who have made gifts to the law school during fiscal year 2016 (July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016).    
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