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HUD, City of Chicago funding fair housing research, education work

Posted March 31, 2014 by

The Fair Housing Legal Support Center & Clinic is expanding its work in predatory lending and fair housing education using grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and the City of Chicago.

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HUD, City of Chicago grants finance Fair Housing, predatory lending work

Posted March 4, 2014 by

The News-Times- March 4, 2014 John Marshall is expanding its work in the area of predatory lending and fair housing education using nearly $454,000 in grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the City of Chicago. Read More

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John Marshall Law School Receives Financing for 3 Research, Teaching Projects

Posted March 3, 2014 by

The John Marshall Law School is expanding its work in the area of predatory lending and fair housing education using nearly $454,000 in grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the City of Chicago. A $324,966 HUD grant allows the law school to continue educating students on predatory lending issues,…

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Adjunct Professor Voci takes to the stage at Chicago's Lyric Opera

Posted February 14, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin – Feb. 10, 2014 By day, Adjunct Professor Edward Voci is teaching students about fair housing principles, but at night he dons costumes at Chicago’s Lyric Opera for his walk-on nonverbal roles. Read More

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Ugly isn't pretty: Glenview reacts to changes in fair housing ordinance

Posted December 2, 2013 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin–guest column  Nov. 25, 2013 Professor Allison Bethel’s column discusses how Glenview used its home rule authority to circumvent the new Cook County rules that provide for fair housing choices by those holding rent subsidy vouchers. Glenview officials deny that the purpose of the ordinance was to keep voucher holders out; rather,…

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U.S. efforts combating housing discrimination set global example: John Marshall Law School Professor Michael Seng

Posted November 14, 2013 by

BenZinga  Nov. 13, 2013 Professor Michael Seng, co-executive director of The John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal Support Center, addressed fair housing experts in Europe. Participants recognized that today the U.S. has made substantial progress in eliminating housing choice discrimination and can serve as a model for countries around the world. Read More

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Fair Housing Legal Clinic Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Posted November 12, 2013 by
Fair Housing Legal Clinic Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Graduates, faculty and friends gathered to applaud the outstanding work of the Fair Housing Legal Support Center & Clinic over the past 20 years at a special anniversary party Oct. 30. Professor Michael P. Seng brought his idea of a clinic to fruition with assistance from F. Willis Caruso, who initially paired with Seng on…

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Top Students Recognized with CALI Awards

Posted November 12, 2013 by
Top Students Recognized with CALI Awards

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,…

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Sister Mary Sean Hodges gives ex-convicts a second chance

Posted November 8, 2013 by

The Christian Science Monitor  Nov. 8, 2013 Professor Michael Seng, co-executive director of John Marshall’s Fair Housing Legal Support Center & Clinic, offers insights into the housing needs of ex-offenders in this story about a nun in California who has found ways to help those re-entering the world after extended prison terms. Read More

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