Living Justice Day 2020 is over, but our work is far from done! Thank you to all of our donors!
Didn't get a chance to give on Living Justice Day? Please visit the law school's donation page to make a gift.
2020 has changed so many aspects of our world. One thing it has not changed is CSU Cleveland-Marshall’s commitment to providing students of every age, race, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or disability with a quality legal education, and helping them to fulfill our motto of Learn Law. Live Justice.
In order to fulfill our mission, we are seeking support to create a Living Justice Scholarship Fund for students committed to racial, social, and equal justice and demonstrate Learn Law. Live Justice. every day. In addition, we are seeking increased funding for a number of outstanding named scholarships and fellowships that already provide support for law students’ studies and work experience in serving justice for all.
We have united as a community in the face of a shared crisis. Now it’s time to move forward in providing our students with opportunities to excel and change our world after this crisis. We are asking you to join us.
Noon - 1:15pm
Changing the Conversation on Race in the Legal Profession
Nirvana Dove: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Manager, Thompson Hine LLP
Rosalina (Rose) M. Fini '94: Chief Legal & Ethics Officer, Cleveland Metroparks
Davona A. Mason: President, Black Law Students Association; 2L, CSU C|M|LAW
1.0 hour of CLE: $30 Registration ($25 tax-deductible)
Evening Alumni Panel: Social and Racial Justice in the Legal Profession
(FREE via Zoom; registration required) followed by a virtual viewing of Just Mercy™
Donation required for movie access; access link/code will be emailed to donors.
Moderated by Lori Stokes: Co-anchor of Good Day New York on WNYW Fox 5 in New York
Kimberly Kendall Corral '12: Senior Associate, Patituce & Associates, LLC
Terry H. Gilbert '73: Partner, Friedman & Gilbert
Justice Melody J. Stewart '88: Supreme Court of Ohio
Make a gift of $500 or more and be entered to win!
Artist: Jill Perla
Size: 20' x 16'
Painting of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg
generously donated by the artist and
P. Kelly Tompkins '81
Upcoming Racial Justice Community Conversations
Register for virtual events on social and racial justice