The third-year law student with “unparalleled character” at Case Western Reserve University rose to national prominence through her work on chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
In the law school equivalent of making it to the NCAA Final Four, the victorious CWRU National Appellate Advocacy team and Jessup International Law Moot Court team have each advanced past the regional finals in two of the nation’s most prestigious moot court competitions.
At 93 percent, our 2017 graduating class ranks number one in passing the Ohio bar exam on the first try, finishing six points ahead of the next highest Ohio law school.
The Winter 2018 edition of PreLaw
Magazine ranks CWRU the 8th best law school for public interest law.
The November 2017 issue of PreLaw
Magazine, a National Jurist
publication, ranks Case Western Reserve University School of Law as one of the top schools in the nation for Business and Corporate Law, with an "A" grade.
Judge Michelle Earley ‘99 has been elected to be the new administrative and presiding judge. She will replace retiring Ronald Adrine, who served for 36 years.