Daiker-Middaugh Praises Jack Liber’s Kindness, Generosity and Work on CMBA’s Education Initiative

In an article in the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Bar Journal, C|M|LAW Clinical Professor Pamela Daiker-Middaugh is quoted in a tribute to Jack Liber.  Liber was known for the hard work and energy he devoted to the launch of the CMBA’s Education Initiative, which led to the launch of the Street Law program, the Cleveland Mock Trial Competition, and scholarships to summer civics programs.  According to Daiker-Middaugh, not only was he “a gifted lawyer, . . . in all the years I knew him, I never heard him say an unkind word about anyone.”  Daiker-Middaugh praised his work on law-related education in city classrooms and said that his “legacy lives on in  . . . all the children helped by these wonderful education programs.”

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