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Professor Timothy O’Neill to Focus on Technology, Privacy as 2014-2015 Lee Chair at The John Marshall Law School

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John Marshall Law School Professor Timothy O’Neill will research how technology affects which searches and seizures are reasonable under the Fourth Amendment, during his yearlong tenure as the 2014-2015 Edward T. and Noble W. Lee Chair in Constitutional Law.

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Pro Bono Students Help Win Settlement in Federal Civil Rights Case

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Pro Bono Students Help Win Settlement in Federal Civil Rights Case

A judge’s request for students at The John Marshall Law School to handle a federal civil rights case proved to be an extraordinary experience that offered them an inside look into an attorney’s role at trial.

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John Marshall Articles Get Thousands of Downloads through John Marshall Institutional Repository

Posted June 20, 2014
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More than 150,000 downloads of works by faculty, students, and attorneys have been made from The John Marshall Institutional Repository since it launched in 2013.

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Law School Graduate’s Vast Work With Children and Refugees Earn Her Public Interest Scholarship

Posted June 20, 2014
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Aruj Chaudhry had finally made the breakthrough she had been hoping for. The quiet, reluctant young Iraqi refugee girl grabbed the youth leader’s hand and joined her on the children’s playground.

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Justice Offers Graduates Three Important Pieces of Advice

Posted June 20, 2014
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Justice Joy Cunningham stood at the podium of the Marriott Hotel on May 18 recalled her own John Marshall graduation.

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Julia Funke Helps Challenged Immigrants Fight for Citizenship

Posted June 20, 2014
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Before she’s even taken the bar exam, Julia Funke has begun her career of fighting for immigrant causes. A client with a complicated case, whom The John Marshall Law School student had been helping gain U.S. citizenship, recently took the official oath. “We help people on their path to the American Dream, and every day…

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Four New Scholarships Helping Relieve Student Debt

Posted June 20, 2014
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Over the past year, The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has introduced four new scholarships in an effort to help relieve student debt. Among their first recipients is a mother earning her law degree while bravely fighting cancer, as well as law students providing legal help to U.S. veterans.

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Experts’ Presentations Give Students New International Insights

Posted June 20, 2014
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Students in the International Economic Development Law course gained new perspectives when Adjunct Professor Sabine Schlemmer-Schulte arranged meetings in Washington with top representatives of major international institutions, non-profits and US government agencies.

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