When a business takes its global production and marketing to China, it needs to protect its reputation and brand name. Paul Kossof, a third-year student at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, has set out to help businesses by writing the first book on China’s new trademark law which takes effect on May 1.
Students at The John Marshall Law School can receive more hands-on experience than ever before, as the school introduces six new clinics to its list of those already respected in local and national legal communities. The expansion is part of John Marshall’s focus on providing law students with an enriching, skills-focused learning experience.
Former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Dennis Hastert will address law students at The John Marshall Law School April 23. Hastert is expected to discuss recent decisions impacting campaign finance reform, as well as the myriad political and legal effects of congressional redistricting, while providing insights about the federal legislative process.
Employment among 2013 graduates from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago increased at a far higher rate than the national average, according to recent law school-related employment figures.
On April 2, 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal law limiting overall campaign contributions individual donors can make to political parties, candidates and political action committees. The vote removes a previous cap of total individual contributions from a donor per election cycle of $123,200. But the limit to a single candidate running…
Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Rita Garman will receive the Freedom Award from The John Marshall Law School Alumni Association at its annual Freedom Award and Distinguished Service Awards Luncheon May 9, 2014 at the Palmer House-Hilton Hotel.