- September 22, 2023What’s the key to ensuring others feel included? According to Bill Bradley, EdD, a facilitator for the Academy for Inclusive Leadership Development (AILD) program at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, it starts with focusing on yourself.
- September 20, 2023Case Western Reserve University School of Law is proud to announce the launch of an accredited, part-time, online JD program. Open to students across the country who are seeking a flexible path to their JD degree, this fully remote program has no in-person residency or visitation requirements.
CWRU School of law Alum Richard Batson (LAW ‘02) appointed The Judge Advocate General of the Coast GuardSeptember 18, 2023Congratulations to Case Western Reserve University School of Law alum Richard Batson (LAW ‘02), who was recently promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral and appointed to be The Judge Advocate General and Chief Counsel of the U.S. Coast Guard.
- September 08, 2023When the television series Star Trek launched in 1966, it set out to chronicle the exploits of the starship USS Enterprise’s crew in the 23rd century. What the show’s creators likely didn’t anticipate was the impact Star Trek would have on popular culture for decades to follow.
- September 05, 2023On August 31, 2023, Brenda Hollis, the International Prosecutor in charge of the International Criminal Court’s Ukraine investigation, discussed her work at Case Western Reserve University School of Law to a packed audience.
- August 28, 2023CWRU’s Immigration Law program is having a big year.
- August 24, 2023Case Western Reserve University School of Law is thrilled to welcome the JD class of 2026 to campus. This exceptional group of individuals make up one of the most diverse and academically talented classes the law school has ever seen. We are proud to welcome these 154 students to Cleveland. 2023 Entering Class:
- August 22, 2023While many of his law school peers were pursuing careers in corporate law, Andres Perez (LAW ’04) felt called to a a different path: international criminal law and human rights.
- August 17, 2023“Razing the Bar,” CWRU School of Law’s faculty/student/alumni rock band, will kick off the 2023 Jam for Justice as the lead band on August 23 at the Beachland Ballroom. The in-person event features nine local lawyer rock bands, with proceeds benefitting the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland.
- August 15, 2023One of the many things that makes the law school’s Legal Writing, Leadership, Experiential Education, Advocacy and Professionalism (LLEAP) program special is that each LLEAP course includes an experiential component taught by adjunct professors who are practicing attorneys.
On Aug. 14, CWRU School of Law’s Talking Foreign Policy radio show/podcast will tackle the challenge of today’s foreign tyrantsAugust 11, 2023Every American generation has had to respond to foreign tyrants. The Greatest Generation stood up to Hitler, Mussolini, Hirohito and Stalin. The Baby Boomers grappled with Castro, Khomeini, Hussein, and Gaddafi.
- August 08, 2023With her family originating in Bordeaux, Léa Cazaudumec Lucas was fortunate to avoid the experience of culture shock when she jetted to Lyon, France, to begin her summer internship with Interpol.
- August 04, 2023At CWRU School of Law, we are committed to making law school as affordable as we can for our students.
- August 01, 2023As an associate editor of the War Crimes Prosecution Watch newsletter, 3L Nicholas Vanarthos spent much of his second year learning about the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, as well as issues related to the Ivory Coast, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the Lake Chad Region in central Africa.
- July 27, 2023Rising second-year law student Sarah Tibbitts is spending her summer working as a legal intern for the League of Women Voters United States, a nonpartisan, nonprofit national organization that works to protect and expand voting access through advocacy, litigation and education.