PRWeb Nov. 7, 2013
Chicago Bulls team sponsor Midway Movers will help celebrate the work of the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic during the Bulls pre-game ceremony Monday, Nov. 11.
The Christian Science Monitor Nov. 8, 2013
Professor Michael Seng, co-executive director of John Marshall's Fair Housing Legal Support Center & Clinic, offers insights into the housing needs of ex-offenders in this story about a nun in California who has found ways to help those re-entering the world after extended prison terms.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Nov. 4, 2013
In his column, Professor Timothy O'Neill looks at the system of peremptory challenges and why the current system for dealing with race and peremptories is so flawed.
Insurancenewsnet.com Nov. 5, 2013
The Advocate's Choice Award was presented to team members from The John Marshall Law School who were judged the most professional and competent at the St. John's University Fifth Annual Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon.
Windy City Media Group Nov. 6, 2013
Professor Mark Wojcik, a volunteer with Equality Illinois, called Tuesday, Nov. 5, "a great day" after Illinois lawmakers passed the Marriage Equality legislation.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Nov. 1, 2013
Professor Kim Chanbonpin accepts a three-year appointment on the Society of American Law Teachers Board of Governors.
IP Watchdog Nov. 4, 2013
With the passage of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), the market for voting machines and government election services has become highly concentrated with the voting machine and election services market being serviced by five private companies. Paul Holly, a JD candidate, says this this means a single, private company could potentially control a significant portion of the market. But he considers how trade secret policy is affected when it must be considered for public infrastructure use.
Nancy Piña has been presented the William E. Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship at The John Marshall Law School. She is the first person to receive the award created in honor of the law school's first Hispanic graduate in 1912.
Chicago Lawyer November 2013
Alumnus Antonio Romanucci’s work as a personal-injury attorney assists those most in need of help. He has dedicated his life's work to personally advocating for the defenseless and underprivileged. As co-founder of Romanucci & Blandin, he’s spent nearly three decades building a career as a go-to Chicago trial attorney.