- January 21, 2021
For nearly 130 years, each incoming first-year law student at Case Western Reserve University began their legal education in the fall.
Professors Van Tassel, Hoffman publish on vaccine injury compensation in New England Journal of MedicineJanuary 21, 2021
Visiting Professor Katharine Van Tassel and Professor Sharona Hoffman, co-director of the Law-Medicine Center, were published on Jan. 20 in the New England Journal of Medicine with co-author Carmel Shachar, executive director of Harvard Law School’s Petrie-Flom Center.
- January 19, 2021
George Kamanda, a third-year law student at Case Western Reserve University, recently published his third book, "Citizenship Reimagined: The Case for Responsible Whole Citizenry in Sierra Leone (Palmetto Publishing, Oct. 2020)."
Case Western Reserve law professor Jonathan H. Adler cited in newly released U.S. House impeachment reportJanuary 15, 2021
A Case Western Reserve University law professor, whose research inspired a legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act in the U.S. Supreme Court, has secured another place in the history books.
- January 13, 2021
Congratulations to Dr. Susan Hatters Friedman, an adjunct professor at the law school, who was selected for the Manfred S. Guttmacher award by the American Psychiatric Association/ American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law for her edited book, Family Murder: Pathologies of Love and Hate.
Professor Juliet Kostritsky and student co-author article on contractual choices in the supply chainJanuary 13, 2021
In January 2020, Professor Juliet Kostritsky, the Everett D. & Eugenia S. McCurdy Professor of Contract Law and director of the law school’s Center for Business Law, was published in the American University Business Law Review with an article she co-authored with her student, Jessica Ice (LAW ‘20), “Why Choose LTAs?
Professor Bryan Adamson selected as Institutional Advocate of the Year by Western Region Black Law Students AssociationJanuary 07, 2021
Congratulations to Professor Bryan Adamson, the associate dean for diversity and inclusion at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, for his recent selection as the Institutional Advocate of the Year by the Western Region Black Law Students Association (WRBLSA).
- January 06, 2021
Bianca Smith, a Case Western Reserve double alumna who served as the Director of Baseball Operations from 2013-17, was hired by the Boston Red Sox as a minor league coach, becoming the first Black woman to coach in professional baseball.
- January 05, 2021Professor Jessie Hill, Judge Ben C. Green professor of law and associate dean for research and faculty development, recently co-authored an op-ed, “During the Pandemic, Some Rights are More Equal than Others: Caroline Mala Corbin and Jessie Hill.”
- December 30, 2020Professor Maxwell Mehlman, Co-Director of the Law-Medicine Center, published the fifth edition of his textbook, Genetics: Ethics, Law and Policy.
- December 22, 2020
Professor Cathy Lesser Mansfield, senior instructor in law and executive director of the Master of Arts in Financial Integrity Program, was among 41 newly elected members of the American Law Institute (ALI).
Case Western Reserve’s Human Trafficking Project assisting survivors as part of ‘Operation Autumn Hope’December 21, 2020
During a massive statewide crackdown on human trafficking last month, Anjali Kanwar and several of her classmates at Case Western Reserve University played critical roles that didn’t make the national headlines
- December 17, 2020
Emily Peters, a third-year student at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, was selected as this year’s recipient of The Marvin and Sue Sicherman Excellence in Bankruptcy Award.
- December 17, 2020
Congratulations to second-year law student Haley Walker for being accepted to the Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review for publication in June 2021 with her article, "School to Prison Pipeline: Why early intervention programs aren't properly serving our mentally ill youth and the current juvenile justice system is too puniti
- December 17, 2020
Every year, our law school faculty is regularly featured in news stories about the law. Leading experts in their fields, they are frequently interviewed for broadcast and print stories, in outlets ranging from The New York Times and Washington Post to CNN and FOX.