Chicago Daily Herald - Oct 31, 2014
John Marshall alum Justin Shiffman (JD '13) has created a new app for smartphones and the iPad that aims to help students navigate the college admissions process.
Constitutional Law Prof Blog- October 28, 2014
Professor Steven Schwinn discusses a decision by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to dismiss a challenge from a group that claims the IRS delayed its non-for-profit application because of its political party affiliation.
AIPLA - October 24, 2014
John Marshall alum Lisa K. Jorgenson (JD '87) has been named Executive Director of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA).
NBC 23 - Oct 29, 2014
Professor Daryl Lim explains why he thinks patent litigation over technology standards commonly used in smartphones could be ending soon.
D Magazine - Oct 24, 2014
Professor Ann Lousin reflects on the 160-year anniversary of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, and the publication's importance to the Chicago legal community.
D Magazine - Oct 27, 2014
John Marshall alum Christopher Ducanes (JD '92) was one of 35 attorneys honored in the 2014 Corporate Counsel Awards program by the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel and D CEO Magazine. Christopher Ducanes is Vice President of Administration, General Counsel and Secretary of Allegro Development Corp. in Texas.
Food Consumer - October 24, 2014
The Student Animal Legal Defense Fund Chapter at John Marshall held a screening last week of the new documentary Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret. The film explores animal agriculture in the United States.
The Associated Press via ABC - Oct 22, 2014
Filmmaker Michael Moore will be the keynote speaker at The John Marshall Law School Review of Intellectual Property Law 6th Annual Symposium on Oct 24, 2014. Moore is in town to present at the Chicago International Film Festival.
Constitutional Law Prof Blog - October 16, 2014
Professor Steve Schwinn discusses the recent state election rulings in Texas and Arkansas.
Fifth Circuit OKs Texas Voter ID - Read More
Arkansas Supreme Court Strikes Voter ID - Read More
The Times - October 16, 2014
Professor Ann Lousin discusses two proposed amendments Illinois voters will see on the November ballot. One proposal would prohibit denial of the right to vote “based on race, color, ethnicity, status as a member of a language minority, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation or income" and the other would strengthen the crime victims’ bill of rights.