Professor Steven Schwinn discusses what cases will be before the United States Supreme Court this term and why the Court's current approval rating is so low among Americans.
Chicago Lawyer - Oct. 6, 2015
Adjunct professor and retired Illinois Appellate Court justice David Sterba gives advice to law school graduates transitioning into the legal profession.
MSN - Oct 5, 2015
John Marshall has named Associate Professor Daryl Lim director of the Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law.
WDRB News - Sept. 30, 2015
June 2015 John Marshall graduate Kevin Raasch won a writing competition hosted by the International Association of LGBT Judges. In his research, Raasch found that several U.S. states don't include sexual orientation protections in their rules of professional conduct governing attorneys.
Boston Globe - Sept. 25, 2015
The story of Lucy Sprague, a student at John Marshall who was murdered during her 2L year, lives on through the Sprague scholarship in her memory.
NBC Chicago - Sept. 23, 2015
Professor Hugh Mundy says allegations that a rape kit evidence bag was tampered with in a sexual assault case against Blackhawks player Patrick Kane could call the whole investigation into question.
NBC WTHR - Sept. 22, 2015
The Domestic Violence Clinical Advocacy Program (DVCAP) at John Marshall is urging domestic relations courts throughout Illinois, including Cook County, to implement a program that helps protect children from exposure to domestic violence in divorce and order of protection cases.
Reuters - Sept. 18, 2015
The New York Law Journal has ranked John Marshall's online LLM program No. 2 in the U.S.
Yahoo Finance - Sept. 17, 2015
John Marshall has appointed Professor Arthur Acevedo to oversee the school's master of jurisprudence (M.J.) graduate degree program.
The Daily Eastern News - Sept. 16, 2015
Alum Lt. Gov. Evelyn Sanguinetti (JD '98) met with students at several universities throughout Illinois to discuss the importance of education, particularly for the younger Latin American community.