- October 18, 2019Nicole McGee has made a career out of finding beauty in the small items most people discard. With help from the CWRU Community Development Clinic, she is on the cusp of standing up her own nonprofit business while playing a key role in revitalizing a Cleveland neighborhood.
- October 16, 2019
Professor Cassandra Robertson, who has been a member of the national Uniform Law Commission sin
- October 15, 20192001 CWRU Law graduate Jennifer Reiedthaler Williams is the newest Immigration Judge at the Federal Courthouse in Cleveland. Together with Immigration Courts in Chicago and Detroit, the Cleveland Immigration Court serves as the hub for the Midwest region.
- October 14, 2019Quentin Sims scored 29 touchdowns, had 867 receiving yards and won the ArenaBowl MVP in 2019, all while working toward his law degree at CWRU.
- October 08, 2019Hoffman’s article, Healing the Healers: Legal Remedies for Physician Burnout, was published in the Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law and Ethics.
- October 08, 2019On October 9, 2019, the University of Denver Sturm College of Law recognized Dean Michael Scharf as the 2019-2020 Myres S. McDougal Distinguished Lecturer in International Law for his extraordinary contributions and leadership in the advancement of international law and policy. He is pictured here with Sturm College of Law Dean Bruce Smith and Professor Ved Nanda.
CWRU Law professors, alumnus author Amicus Brief on Hague Child Abduction Convention in Supreme Court caseOctober 08, 2019Six CWRU Law professors and an alumnus were the lead authors on an Amicus Brief submitted by the law school’s Cox International Law Center in August 2019 to the U.S. Supreme Court in Monasky v. Taglieri, a case about The Hague Child Abduction Convention.
- October 02, 2019James Johnson, an adjunct Professor of Law and Director of the Henry T. King War Crimes Research Office at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, was recently named Prosecutor of the Residual Special Court.
- September 30, 2019The report, created by the Public International Law & Policy Group, was cited 55 times by the International Criminal Court Office of the Prosecutor in its July 2019 brief requesting authorization to open an investigation into crimes against humanity committed in Myanmar against the Rohingya.
- September 26, 2019
At 92 years old, Professor Leon Gabinet is the oldest law professor at Case Western Reserve University - and possibly in the nation.
Fusion program partners with university’s think[box] to provide students a first-hand innovation experienceSeptember 24, 2019For the first time in the Fusion program's history, the students’ moved beyond simulating the development of a new product and, instead, leveraged the resources of a flagship institution at the university to bring their ideas to life.
- September 23, 2019Produced by Case Western Reserve University in partnership with WCPN 90.3 ideastream, the upcoming Oct. 1 show focuses on the topic, "Responding to the Genocide of the Rohingya People in Burma."
- September 19, 2019
In Fall 2018, the Henry T. King, Jr. War Crimes Research Office at Case Western Reserve University School of Law launched the Yemen Accountability Project, a student initiative to document and map war crimes and crimes against humanity in the Yemeni Civil War.
- August 20, 2019Case Western Reserve law grads play central roles in unprecedented opioid litigation.
- July 17, 2019
Allison Meyer, a third-year law student this fall, won a $2,000 prize from the Cleveland Leadership Center’s 2019 Accelerate contest for her storytelling platform Never, Ever, Give Up.