Case Western Reserve law professor Avidan Y. Cover and students Galen Baynes and Katelyn Pierce wrote and submitted the complaint with their co-counsel, Center for Constitutional Rights, on behalf of their client, the racial justice network Color of Change.
The brief, filed in support of Aqua Products Inc., marks the start of the clinic’s advocacy role in the intellectual property space.
The Ohio Attorney General’s Office recently approved a grant award of almost $1 million to support our law school’s effort to end human trafficking.
Six of Professor Paul Giannelli’s articles on the reliability of scientific evidence were included in the report issued on Sept. 21 by the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.
Fourteen law students, under the supervision of Professors Avidan Cover and Andrew Pollis, represented the homeless community in a lawsuit against the City of Akron, which destroyed homeless people’s property without notice.
recently ranked our Law-Medicine Center among the top 4 in the country, awarding it an A+ designation.