StreetInsider.com April 16, 2014
Ben Ferencz, the last surviving prosecutor from the Nuremberg Trials, told students and guests at The John Marshall Law School that creating peace is possible.
CoStar Group April 14, 2014
Alumnus Bradley Migdal (J.D. '02) is serving in the industrial team at Transwestern.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin April 8, 2014
Bobby Saleem (J.D. '11) knew he had to take control of his weight problem. The Biggest Loser show helped him accomplish his goal.
Con Law Prof Blog April 15, 2014
Professor Steven Schwinn reviews an article by Drew Cohen on transformative constitutionalism and current constitutional questions in South Africa.
Constitutional Law Prof Blog April 15, 2014
Professor Steven Schwinn says a rancher in Nevada fighting the federal government may want to read his state's constitution which says federal law takes precedent.
One News Page April 15, 2014
John Marshall's Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic teams up with the American Bar Association to host webinars addressing military issues. The first program is April 16.
Con Law Prof Blog April 14, 2014
Professor Steven Schwinn discusses a D.C. Circuit case that turned away an environmental group's attempt to sue the EPA for failure to issue secondary standards for carbon monoxide that the group said caused the effects of global warming.
SF Gate April 12, 2014
Third-year student Melinda Tsang has been volunteering her services at the Center for Disability & Elder Law thanks to a scholarship from AT&T.
The Paramus Post April 11, 2014
The John Marshall Law School reports encouraging news for graduates with an increase in employment numbers.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin April 9, 2014
Professor Doris Long discusses the impacts on trade and trademark protection when conflict--such as what transpired in Crimea-- impacts international trade.