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John Marshall organizes Sino-US IPR Mock Trial Program in China

Posted July 6, 2015 by

China Daily USA - July 3, 2015

For the seventh year in a row, John Marshall organized the SINO-U.S. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Mock Trial Program in China in cooperation with China University of Political Science and Law. The program aims to educate Chinese and U.S. companies about the similarities and differences between each countries' IPR laws.

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Professor Deborah Lipstadt to deliver 2015 Herzog Lecture

Posted July 6, 2015 by

International Law Prof Blog - July 3, 2015

The 2015 Dean Fred F. Herzog Memorial Lecture on the subject of "The Changing Face of Holocaust Denial in the 21st Century" will be given by Professor Deborah Lipstadt of Emory University on Sept. 24.

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Brian Clauss weighs in on the expansion of law school veterans legal clinics

Posted July 6, 2015 by

National Law Journal - July 6, 2015

Brian Clauss, executive director of the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic at John Marshall, discusses why so many law schools have begun opening law clinics focused on veterans issues.

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Professor Schwinn unpacks lethal injection and redistricting SCOTUS decisions

Posted June 30, 2015 by

Professor Steven Schwinn examines the rulings in two U.S. Supreme Court cases: The first regarding an Eighth Amendment challenge to Oklahoma's lethal injection cocktail and the second dealing with congressional redistricting in Arizona.

SCOTUSblog - June 30, 2015 - Symposium: The Wonderland rules for method-of-execution claims - Read More

Constitutional Law Prof Blog - June 29, 2015 - Court Rejects Challenge to OK Lethal Injection - Read More

Constitutional Law Prof Blog - June 29, 2015 - Court Hands Victory to the People in Redistricting - Read More

Professor Long: What the TPP means for IP enforcement

Posted June 30, 2015 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - June 25, 2015

Professor Doris Long discusses the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a free-trade agreement involving 12 countries including the U.S., and the impact it may have on intellectual property enforcement standards.

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Professor Lousin: Marriage is now a fundamental right for all Americans

Posted June 30, 2015 by

WFLD-Fox Chicago - June 26, 2015

Professor Ann Lousin comments on the U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding same-sex marriage and what it means for Illinois.

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Professor Beschle: Church of Cannabis faces uphill battle with RFRA claim

Posted June 29, 2015 by

Indianapolis Star - June 26, 2015

Professor Donald Beschle explains why the new First Church of Cannabis in Indiana is unlikely to win its claim that the use of marijuana in its church service is protected by the Religious Freedom Reformation Act (RFRA).

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VLSC's Clauss: Rural veterans in need of health, legal services

Posted June 25, 2015 by

The Southern Illinoisan - June 25, 2015

Brian Clauss, executive director of the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic (VLSC), will speak on access to care issues for veterans at the “Access to Justice for Rural Veterans – Policy, Law and Health Care” conference on June 26, 2015. The conference is co-sponsored by the VLSC.

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Adjunct Professor McGrath: Even a murderer like Adolf Hitler can own a copyright

Posted June 25, 2015 by

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - June 22, 2015

Adjunct Professor William T. McGrath details the history behind Adolf Hitler's infamous book "Mein Kampf" and how the publication became part of a major copyright law dispute in the United States.

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Professor Jones discusses the FBI's warning of white supremacists infiltrating law enforcement

Posted June 22, 2015 by

Huffington Post Live - June 22, 2015 

Professor Samuel V. Jones explains the findings of a 2006 report by the FBI, which warned of white supremacists infiltrating law enforcement, and why that report is even more relevant today.

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