The Cleveland State Law Review is a student-run organization whose primary purposes are to publish a journal of legal scholarship and promote academic excellence in the law school community. The Law Review publishes a quarterly journal containing articles from legal scholars throughout the country, as well as student articles with each edition. The editorial board of the Law Review selects submissions from judges, professors, and other legal scholars for publication and works with the authors to revise and refine the articles in preparation for publication. Our Law Review has been cited by numerous judges, professors, and in textbooks around the country.
This year, for Giving Day, we are asking you to help in our Tech & Rec campaign. All of your generous donations will go toward updating our journal's work space. Firstly, we hope to upgrade the technology in our work space (we still have computers running Windows XP!). Specifically, donations will go toward funding newer computers, printers, and other general office supplies that are essential to maintaining our quarterly publication timeline.
Additionally, we hope to transition one of our work-space rooms into a collaborative recreational space. This space will become an area where journal members can have lunch together, build relationships with our incoming associates, or simply unwind after a long day of school and work. After all, as Jack Nicholson famously said, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy."
Any and all donations are greatly appreciated! Our journal has been operating for over 60 years and your support us tremendously in continuing our mission.
Any donations of $50 or more will be honored at our Spring alumni banquet, and will be honored in our soon-to-be recreational space. If you would like to stay up to date with upcoming Law Review events and activities, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.