Professor Sharona Hoffman publishes article in North Carolina Law Review about Artificial Intelligence and the LawFebruary 20, 2020
Professor Sharona Hoffman, Co-Director of the Law-Medicine Center, recently published an article, “What Genetic Testing Teaches about Predictive Health Analytics Regulation.”
- February 20, 2020
On February 15, the CWRU Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Team received the highest average score of the 10 competing teams in the EODID Athens Vis Pre-Moot competition. The team was represented by 3Ls Teresa Azzam and Kathleen Burke.
- February 11, 2020It is widely recognized that publishing improves teaching. Scholarly writing enables professors to bring up-to-date information into the classroom and share their research on cutting edge developments with their students. We are happy to announce that our faculty has been ranked among the top in the nation in scholarly impact.
- February 10, 2020
Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s Jessup International Law Moot Court Team went undefeated over the weekend in the Chicago Regional Competition held Feb. 7-9, 2020. The team went 4-0 and was the top seed out of 24 law schools after the preliminary rounds.
New book by University of Texas law professor compliments students in the Advanced Contracts Seminar at CWRU School of LawFebruary 07, 2020When Professor Wendy Wagner of the University of Texas School of Law was working on her book, "Incomprehensible! A study of how our legal system encourages incomprehensibility, why it matters, and what we can do about it," she asked Professor Juliet Kostritsky, the director of CWRU law school's Center for Business Law, for comments on the draft chapter on Consumer Protection.
- February 04, 2020
Surveys indicate that there is growing interest among prospective law students in public interest law, which includes work for the government, Legal Aid and other non-profits.
- January 30, 2020For the third year in a row, Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s International Law Program was ranked among the top in the nation, with an A+ rating, according to the Winter 2020 issue of PreLaw Magazine, a publication of National Jurist.
- January 22, 2020First-year law students Sierra Lipscomb and Makela Hayford earned third place out of 18 teams in the Jan. 18 and 19 "1L Law Student Diversity Case Competition," hosted by the University of Cincinnati College of Law and Keating Muething & Klekamp.
- January 20, 2020Professor Max Mehlman, director of the Law-Medicine Center, recently co-authored an article in the Pathogens and Immunity journal with Dr. Michael Lederman, titled, “Compulsory Immunization Protects Against Infection: What Law and Society Can Do.”
- January 16, 2020Tune in to WCPN 90.3 Ideatream on Monday, Jan.20, for the next episode of CWRU Law's "Talking Foreign Policy" radio show. The program will air at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.
Former Intellectual Property Venture Clinic client awarded $3.2 million from U.S. Departments of Defense and EnergyJanuary 08, 2020
In 2013, Felipe Gomez was a promising engineering student at Case Western Reserve University with a big idea – increase fuel efficiency in jet engines through innovative use of plasma in the fuel injection process.
- December 27, 2019
On December 9, CWRU Law Professor Anat Alon-Beck (left) joined Hester Peirce (right), a Commissioner of the US Security and Exchange Commission, in a fire-side chat at the second Blockland Solutions Conference at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland.
- December 26, 2019
Cleveland is home to some of the largest and most prestigious law firms in the country and Case Western Reserve University, with the top overall Bar Pass rate in the State, has a history of extraordinary success in placing its g
- December 24, 2019Hill discussed the range of recent legislation impacting the present and future of abortion in Ohio, including the passage of the "Heartbeat Bill," the defunding of Planned Parenthood in Ohio and clinic closures throughout the state.
- December 23, 2019The article, featuring the perspectives of Hoffman and a pair of physicians, argues that previous government reforms are half measures in solving the nation's health care challenges and that progress depends on business innovation rather than politicians.