Amanda King is one of 13 members of the court-mandated Community Police Commission, created to strengthen the relationship between the Cleveland Police Department and the citizens it serves.
Case Western Reserve President Barbara R. Snyder announced on August 21 that the Board of Trustees has approved the appointments of Jessica Berg and Michael Scharf as deans of the School of Law.
Case Western Reserve University School of Law and Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Department of Law signed a historic agreement to create the first dual-degree program between a Brazilian and a U.S. law school.
Our law school made a substantial leap in scholarly impact this year and tied for the No. 25th spot, according to a newly released study.
Professor Bryan Mercurio, ’97, a leading expert in international economic law, will return to Cleveland in August to teach in the law school’s Case Abroad at Home program. He currently serves as Professor of Law and Vice Chancellor's Outstanding Faculty Fellow at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Professor Sharona Hoffman appeared on the “Golden Opportunities” TV show on July 26 to discuss her book, Aging with a Plan.