Friday, May 10, 2019

Claire Robinson May Named a "Dean's Teacher" at Cleveland-Marshall

Claire_mayProfessor Claire Robinson May has been named a "Dean's Teacher" at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law for 2019-2020. The "Dean's Teacher" title was created by Dean Lee Fisher to acknowledge excellence in teaching, and to ensure that the law school is appropriately recognizing the importance of teaching.

Professor May focuses her teaching on developing students' writing, research, and professional skills needed for success in real world legal practice. Before joining Cleveland-Marshall in 2001, she was in private practice with law firms in Cleveland and Washington, D.C. She and colleague Professor April Cherry recently developed and co-taught an innovative new course integrating the doctrine of estates and trusts with the research, document drafting, and other professional skills required for an estates and trusts practice.

Hat tip to Karin Mika


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