Slate - April 24, 2015
Professor Daryl Lim comments on why the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable deal failed.
Chicago Tribune - April 21, 2015
John Marshall alum, Don Perry (JD '10), represents the family of a young woman who was killed in a car accident in 2009. The family is suing the Cook County Sheriff's Office alleging that the young woman's clothing was improperly removed and roadside nude photographs were taken of her after the accident.
Professor Timothy O'Neill explains why he believes it was wrong for a judge to dismiss all charges against an off-duty Chicago police officer accused of the shooting death of an unarmed woman.
Chicago Sun-Times - April 20, 2015 - Read More
Think Progress - April 21, 2015 - Read More
Crain's (subscription) - April 15, 2015
John Marshall alum Bruce Meckler (JD '81) discusses how he has built his career helping advise law firms on their billing guidelines.
IndyStar - April 20, 2015
Professor Timothy O'Neill considers the problems with the felony murder doctrine and why it has never been eradicated.
Daily Herald - April 20, 2015
Professor Hugh Mundy comments on the federal criminal investigation launched against the College of DuPage (COD) for possible fraud or other criminal activity. COD officials received subpoenas requesting documents related to the COD president and other school officials.
Crain's (subscription) - April 17, 2015
John Marshall alum and former Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) chairman Leo Melamed (JD '55) shares the story of how his family escaped Nazi Poland thanks to a man they never even met. Melamed is best known for introducing electronic trading to the futures industry in the United States.
Reuters - April 9, 2015
John Marshall alums Joseph Klocke and Ross Hersemann weigh in on why getting their LLM degrees in intellectual property law gave them an edge in a competitive job market.
Streetinsider.com - April 7, 2015
John Marshall alum, Bryan Cowan (JD/LLM '14), will be honored by the Chicago Bar Association for having one of the highest GPAs in tax law courses in the city.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - April 1, 2015
Professor Timothy P. O'Neill discusses the long-standing history of race and slavery in America and how it impacts society today.