The cleveland state law review is a studentrun journal of legal scholarship. It publishes four issues annually containing the scholarly works of legal academics judges practitioners and students. The Journal is published under the auspices of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. The Journal's abbreviation is "Cleveland State Law Rev.", and follows the ISO 4 standard for abbreviating the titles of scientific journals.
The School of Law offers a variety of courses in constitutional law, civil rights, criminal law, labor and employment, environmental law, international law, intellectual property, taxation and torts. In addition, the school offers a variety of dual-degree programs that allow students to earn two degrees in less time than it would take to obtain them separately.
Students at the school are able to gain practical experience through a half-dozen clinics, externship opportunities with judges and government entities and the moot court program. The university also has a pro bono project that connects students with non-profit agencies and governmental entities for monthly group projects or individual legal or community service work.
Cleveland-Marshall is located in downtown Cleveland, a short walk from federal, state and county courts, government offices and the headquarters of many large national and global law firms. This location gives the school a unique advantage in terms of access to potential employers for externships, summer and in-school jobs and postgraduate employment. It also provides the opportunity for students to participate in a wide range of public interest and pro bono activities in the city's thriving legal community.