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WBEZ's Afternoon Shift breaks down the latest Obamacare rulings with Professor Schwinn

Posted July 23, 2014 by

WBEZ - July 22, 2014

Professor Steven Schwinn discusses the latest rulings in the federal courts where there has been a clash over Obamacare subsidies.

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Professor Lousin says Rauner might get a term limit decision in time

Posted July 22, 2014 by

Chicago Sun-Times - July 22, 2014

Professor Ann Lousin discusses the current term-limit initiative that will now have to go through the Chicago-based First District Appellate Court with the Chicago Sun-Times.

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Professor Lousin was also featured on Chicago Tonight to discuss the same issue.

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John Marshall Law Review cited in service of process by social media article

Posted July 18, 2014 by

Serve-Now - July 18, 2014

The John Marshall Law Review article, "Preventing You've Got Mail From Meaning You've Been Served" has been cited for its unique perspective on the issue of service of process by social media.

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Professor Schwinn says University of Texas affirmative action decision not likely to fundamentally change the way universities operate

Posted July 17, 2014 by

Arise News (TV) - July 16, 2014

Professor Steve Schwinn discusses a recent U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling which held the University of Texas can consider race as a factor in their admissions process.

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Professor O'Neill discusses the future of Terry stops

Posted July 17, 2014 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - July 17, 2014

Professor Timothy O'Neill considers recent court decisions involving non-felony behavior that prompted Terry stops and what this could mean for future cases.

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New proposals from across the country are being developed to stop elder abuse

Posted July 16, 2014 by

Pacific Standard - July 15, 2014

New proposals to put a stop to elder abuse and support the rights of the elderly around the world are being developed across the country. One example of this is The Chicago Declaration on the Rights of Older Persons, which will be presented to the United Nations next month.

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Veteran professor and two alums honored at Chicago Bar Foundation luncheon

Posted July 16, 2014 by

The Connecticut Post - July 15, 2014

Professor Michael Seng and alumni Michael Pelletier and Brian K. Jones were honored at the July 15 Chicago Bar Association and Chicago Bar Foundation Pro Bono & Public Service Awards Luncheon.

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Professor Schwinn looks at prisoner's religious rights in a 2nd Circuit case

Posted July 15, 2014 by

ConstitutionalLawProfBlog-July 14, 2014

Professor Steven Schwinn looks at the 2nd Circuit's decision on a case remanded back to the lower court after finding that prison guards wrongly forced a fasting Muslim to drink in order to fulfill urine sample requirements.

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John Marshall/Chicago's Sister Cities Program hosts talk on older person caregiving

Posted July 15, 2014 by 15, 2014

The John Marshall Law School with Chicago's Sister Cities Program will welcome Shanghai government officials who will interact with Chicago-area social workers discussing the needs of older persons.

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Alumna Faye Kuo appointed to People with Disabilities Committee

Posted July 14, 2014 by

Office of Gov. Rick Perry-July 14, 2014

Alumna Faye Kuo (J.D. '05) has been appointed to the Texas Committee on People with Disabilities.  She will serve until February 2016.  Kuo is vice president of legal and compliance for Communication Service for the Deaf, Inc.

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