Law professor Sharona Hoffman’s new book offers wide-ranging tips on aging, caring for elderly loved ones


The challenges can be immense when a busy middle-aged person must adapt to managing the care of an elderly family member or close friend, especially if one or more chronic illnesses are involved. A new

Law’s Michael Scharf examines the implication of cyber warfare

Talking Foreign Policy tackles cyber-war WCPN: Michael Scharf, acting dean of the law school, hosted his radio show on the foreign policy implications of cyber warfare, featuring an expert panel headlined by Peter Singer of the

Law’s Craig Nard weighs in on the Patent Power Index

Patent power: Strong ideas start here Crain’s Cleveland Business: Craig Nard, the Tom J.E. and Bette Lou Walker Professor of Law and director of the Center for Law, Technology and the Arts, recently discussed the Patent

Environmental Law Society to host screening of documentary, “Bidder 70”

The Environmental Law Society will host a screening of the award-winning documentary, Bidder 70, the story of one university student’s act of civil disobedience to protect the American wilderness from oil and gas exploitation. In

Child Soldiers Initiative founder receives humanitarian award; will appear on Michael Scharf’s NPR program tonight

Roméo Dallaire, founder of the Child Soldiers Initiative at Dalhousie University’s Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, was awarded the Frederick K. Cox International Humanitarian Award for Advancing Global Justice during the Case Western Reserve

Dean Lawrence E. Mitchell discusses changes to School of Law curriculum

Law school curriculum undergoes sweeping changes at Case Western Reserve University  The Plain Dealer: Lawrence E. Mitchell, dean of the School of Law, discussed changes to the school’s curriculum. “Other law schools are doing pieces of

Law school announces sweeping curriculum updates to prepare students for changing legal industry

CWRU law students in law library

Professors at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Law have approved sweeping curriculum changes designed to give graduates the essential skills employers value most. The new academic model dramatically increases students’ writing requirements and opportunities

Law’s Paul Giannelli receives national lifetime achievement award

Law’s Paul Giannelli receives national lifetime achievement award

Paul Giannelli, the Albert J. Weatherhead III and Richard W. Weatherhead Professor in the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, has been selected to receive the National Italian American Bar Association’s Lifetime Achievement

5 questions with…one of CWRU’s first MOOC instructors Michael Scharf

Michael Scharf

Thirty years ago, just a few miles down the road, Michael Scharf served as captain of the Shaker Heights High School debate team. The topic was American foreign policy. Immediately, his interest was piqued. That