New York Post, Oct. 7, 2013
A recent study by Michael Schlesinger and his students from the Business Transactions Externship Program at The John Marshall Law School reveals laws vary across the country on pedicab regulations, including in large cities like Chicago and New York.
Constitutional Law Prof Blog, Oct. 2, 2013
Professor Steven Schwinn's article for the Constitutional Law Prof Blog discusses a new case that the United States Supreme Court has agreed to hear regarding mandatory union fees for nonmembers and the First Amendment.
SCOTUSblog even recommended this article on their Twitter page!
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Oct. 7, 2013
Daniel A. Cotter, a John Marshall alum, discusses his experience as a first-time general counsel for Fidelity Life Association.
Fox News, Oct. 1, 2013
McDonald Hopkins LLC, a business advisory and advocacy law firm, announced that John Marshall alum Chad J. Richman is one of seven attorneys who have been elected to the firm.
Pharmacy Choice, Oct. 1, 2013
John Marshall alum Ned Milenkovich has joined the law firm Roetzel & Andress's Business Services Practice Group as a partner in the Chicago office. He will head the firm's drug and pharmacy practice.
Fox News Oct. 3, 2013
The John Marshall Law School is a drop-off site for Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon's third annual cell phone drive with proceeds benefiting local domestic violence shelters and programs.
Donated phones will be refurbished and sold through Verizon Wireless' HopeLine program.
Chicago Sun-Times Oct. 3, 2013
John Plante, a 1978 alumnus who retired from the Chicago Transit Authority in August after 35 years of service, has been named to the Metra Board.
Employee Benefit Adviser Sept. 30, 2013
Are annuities the next big thing in 401(k) plans? Jerry Kalish, a guest lecturer for the LLM program in Employee Benefits, answers the question posed in his guest column.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Sept. 23, 2013
Brush up on your Aeschylus! Professor Tim O'Neill's guest column deals with the first criminal jury trial, set 2,500 years ago in Athens. "Like characters on a stage, lawyers deal with conflicts in need of resolution. Situations that come in moral tones of black and white generally do not make it to a lawyer’s desk. Instead, the issues that constitute a lawyer’s work often come in 49 or 51 shades of gray."