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.
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.
Professor Mark Wojcik’s continuous work on behalf of those in the LGBT community has won him the 2014 Community Leadership Award from the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA).
Two outstanding faculty members were given special recognition at the May 2014 commencement ceremony for their efforts in academia and with John Marshall students.
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.
Professor Benjamin Liu He is spending the summer in Japan as a guest of Japan’s Institute of Intellectual Property and the 2014-15 Researcher Invitation Program. Liu is studying comparative patent law under the Industrial Property Research Promotion Project entrusted by the Japan Patent Office. Professor Ann Lousin Her guest column, “Four who believed in the…