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Archive for June 25th, 2021

Sam Sheppard Collection in EngagedScholarship @ CSU

In 2012, William Mason, then Cuyahoga County Prosecutor, designated the Cleveland–Marshall College of Law Library at Cleveland State University as the repository for records and other materials relating to the Dr. Sam Sheppard case. The material consists of over 50 boxes of photographs, recordings, and trial exhibits. Check out the collection here.

EngagedScholarship @ Cleveland State University, our university’s scholarly repository, is where the Sheppard materials are found along with the full texts of over 5,000 works on law topics. The sunburst display allows you to navigate easily by topic. Some of the biggest areas covered are constitutional law, health law and policy, torts, and medical jurisprudence.

EngagedScholarship includes C|M|LAW faculty publications; articles from the Cleveland State Law Review, the Journal of Law & Health, and the Global Business Law Review; historic law school publications; and special collections such as The Sam Sheppard Cases and Terry v. Ohio.