San Antonio Express-News - May 27, 2015
Six members of John Marshall's Class of 2015 have been named to the National Order of Scribes, a group that honors law students who excel at legal writing.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - May 22, 2015
A grant awarded to John Marshall's Restorative Justice Project from the Chicago Department of Public Health will go towards helping Chicago Public School students with conflict resolution instruction.
Chicago Tribune (subscription) - May 14, 2015
Professor Ann Lousin says an old tax loophole is causing a pension mess in Illinois and costing the state billions a year.
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Professor Steven Schwinn comments on a current Illinois case considering whether a local law that bans assault weapons and large capacity magazines violates the Second Amendment.
May 7, 2015 - Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
Professor Timothy P. O'Neill discusses why deciding a case it is not as simple as just having the judge apply the relevant law.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - May 7, 2015
Professor Timothy P. O'Neill received a meritorious achievement award at the Herman Kogan Media Awards presented by the Chicago Bar Association.
Reuters - May 4, 2015
John Marshall will begin offering a new track for working lawyers this fall. The school's new certificate in International Compliance is the latest offering from the Center for International Law aimed at providing LLM students with the most relevant courses in seeking advanced degrees.
May 6, 2015 - The Indiana Lawyer
Professor Steven Schwinn says the decision in the Hobby Lobby case should have no impact on the University of Notre Dame's challenge to the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - April 22, 2015
Adjunct Professor William T. McGrath discusses a recent lawsuit involving an artist who alleges Nike used his photograph of Michael Jordan for promotional purposes and has therefore infringed his copyright.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - April 28, 2015
John Marshall Employer Outreach Coordinator Nello Gamberdino II (JD '95) discusses why some sports attorneys are looking beyond the traditional sources of business and casting a wider net to get more clients.