Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is pleased to announce that it has entered into a 3+3 partnership with Baldwin Wallace University. This latest 3+3 agreement is particularly satisfying, as C|M Law can trace the origin of one of its predecessor law schools to Baldwin Wallace. In 1897, then-Baldwin University (prior to its merger with German Wallace college) created a law school–one of the first in the country to admit women–which would eventually merge with another law school and become the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
In the last six years, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has created an internal 3+3 program at Cleveland State University and entered into external agreements with Lake Erie College, the University of Findlay, Ursuline College, Notre Dame College, Mercyhurst University (in Pennsylvania), Trine University (in Indiana), Hiram College, Marietta College, Wagner College (New York), Rust College (Mississippi), and now Baldwin Wallace University.
These agreements permit students to complete both their undergraduate and law degrees in six years rather than seven, with their first year of law school satisfying the student’s final year of undergraduate credits, as well. Saving students both time and money, this opportunity is consistent with the value proposition inherent in everything we do.