Stamford Advocate.com Dec. 2, 2013 Illinois is a leader in protecting its elderly population through a host of special laws. As such, lawyers often are empowered as seniors’ first, strongest allies against abuse, Barry Kozak, director of the Elder Law Program at The John Marshall Law School, said during a recent panel held at the…
The John Marshall Law School is set to have one of the largest catalogs of online courses available upon ABA credit extension approval. Students can already log on to learn entertainment law and the legal history of video games. Now, they will have a full 15 hours of online courses to choose from as the…
The Registrar’s Office has announced the students who, during the spring and summer 2013 semesters, scored the highest grade in exam courses. They were selected as CALI winners. Recipients are listed as: class followed by the outstanding student and the professor’s name: Accounting for Lawyers, Abigail Higgins (Cotter); Administrative Law, Amy Brammell (Hamann); Administrative Law,…
Probate Sharks.com Sept. 25, 2013 Circuit Court of Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans (JD ’69) has announced the formation of an Elder Law and Miscellaneous Remedies Division. Barry Kozak, director of John Marshall’s Elder Law Program, was an advisor to the planning committee. Read More
Expertise in Elder Law is being shared as part of a cooperative agreement between The John Marshall Law School in Chicago and East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai as two professors teamed up to teach a class.
The time spent with his maternal grandmother helped Conor Ferrari McNulty, the 2013 Lucy Sprague Public Interest Scholarship recipient, learn that listening is the first step to helping.
The John Marshall Law School gave special recognition to three faculty members for their outstanding service. Each was honored at the May 2013 commencement.
As experts on elder care prepare to mark June 15 as UN-designated World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Barry Kozak, director of the Elder Law Program at Chicago’s John Marshall Law School, suggests Americans put in place legal protections that can help in times of need.
The Registrar’s Office has announced the students who, during the fall 2012 semester, scored the highest grade in exam courses. They were selected as CALI winners.
On Friday, Feb. 22, 2013, the court issued new rules meant to correct the repeated abuses and uncertainties home buyers face when they apply for mortgages.