From its trademark clinic and externship offerings to intellectual property certificates and a center designed to facilitate the study and advancement of IP—those are some of the ... Continue Reading →
Some people might think that going to law school at night while holding down a full-time job makes excelling at both nearly impossible.
Tell that to Larae Schraeder, L’18.
When Ms. ... Continue Reading →
A group of students, faculty and staff from Case Western Reserve University School of Law has asked the U.S. attorney in Cleveland to open a civil rights investigation into the 2016 ... Continue Reading →
Hey, it’s you from the future, and I have some great news. No, you didn’t win the lottery or discover a new planet (actually, someone else did, and they may or may not have named ... Continue Reading →
Amazon is the titan of twenty-first century commerce. In addition to being a retailer, it is now a marketing platform, a delivery and logistics network, a payment service, a credit ... Continue Reading →
A law school graduate who failed to disclose the details of several traffic violations and claimed he was not obligated to provide the information in order to take the Ohio bar exam, ... Continue Reading →
Peter Louis is the son of Haitian immigrants, who grew up in a single-parent home in Brooklyn, New York. By the time he got to college, he knew he could help people by pursuing a career ... Continue Reading →
Sisters Lizbeth and Tammy Chavez have shared a lot through the years: a bedroom, a family car, the same undergraduate school and a major in social work. Come May 6, they’ll share ... Continue Reading →