NBC Chicago - Mar. 16, 2015
Professor and Director of the Center for Real Estate Law, Celeste Hammond,comments on the details of the new Willis Tower sale.
Chicago Tribune - Mar. 16, 2015
John Marshall alum, Illinois State Sen. Michael Hastings (JD '13) , is sponsoring a bill that would extend the statute of limitations on a number of crimes (including armed robbery and home invasion) if any of the crimes were in connection to criminal sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual assault or aggravated criminal sexual abuse.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - Mar. 12, 2015
John Marshall adjunct professor and alum, Daniel A. Cotter (JD ' 95), discusses the lives and careers of two U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justices, Charles Evan Hughes and Harlan F. Stone.
CNBC - Mar. 12, 2015
John Marshall students working on The Decisive Utterance newspaper won in multiple categories at the recent Illinois College Press Association competition.
Bloomberg via benefitspro - Mar. 11, 2015
Professor Ann Lousin discusses why the Illinois constitutional pension provision -- which says a public worker pension plan membership is a contract “the benefits of which shall not be diminished or impaired” -- is a strong provision and likely to help the suing unions prevail over the state
CNBC - Mar. 12, 2015
John Marshall is the only law school in Illinois to be ranked in the top 20 nationally for its legal writing, trial advocacy and intellectual property (IP) law programs in the 2016 U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools.
Chicago Sun-Times - Mar. 10, 2015
Professor Steven Schwinn explains why employees and retirees are trying to block a state law designed to fix the Illinois' pension crisis.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - Feb. 24, 2015
Nello Gamberdino II, employer outreach coordinator and a certified sports agent, discusses the potential impact on the agent industry of Northwestern University football players seeking to unionize.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - March 4, 2015
Professor Timothy P. O'Neill discusses the differences in voting patterns of some U.S. Supreme Court Justices, though they have often been similarly labeled as "conservative."
NBC Chicago - Mar. 4, 2015
Professor and Director of the Center for Real Estate Law, Celeste Hammond, discusses what a Willis Tower sale could mean for the Chicago real estate market.