March 24 - Digital Journal
Kenneth C. Anderson, president of the multi-billion dollar family of mutual funds, Aston Asset Management in Chicago, has joined The John Marshall Law School Board of Trustees.
Anderson has been working with the law school as an Investment Committee member since 2009. He is filling the vacancy created when Illinois Supreme Court Justice Thomas Fitzgerald was appointed to the emeritus board. Anderson will fill the remaining one year on Fitzgerald’s term.
Feb. 13 - Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Raising awareness through education is the goal of the Fair Housing Internship Program at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, now training 16 college students in fair housing law.
March 22 - WisBusiness.com
Prior to joining Michael Best, Farrington worked at a Chicago area law firm. She has experience representing clients in complex multi-patent multi-party litigation, all aspects of patent and trademark litigation and handling intellectual property matters.
March 21 - Kinney Recruiting
“Greenberg Traurig provides the ideal platform to enable us to offer quality counsel and service to our clients and other relationships, including a London office and strong Project & Infrastructure Finance, Real Estate and Business Reorganization & Financial Restructuring Practices,” said Kolin.
March 21 - PR Web
Social media is one of the newest forms of communication, but it also can have drawbacks. To help those in the legal profession best to deal with the ethical dilemmas raised by social media, The Review of Intellectual Property Law at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago presents a day-long symposium “Rights, Ownership and Identity in Social Media” on April 5, 2013.
March 18 - Illinois Lawyer Now
Several members of the Illinois State Bar Association and students from The John Marshall Law School donned stovepipe hats and marched in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade along Columbus Drive near downtown Chicago on March 16.
March 18 - Illinois State University College of Business
Hallinan is a co-owner, president and chief operating officer of Cyrogenic Industries, a privately owned, multinational group of affiliated industrial and service entities comprising approximately 25 companies doing business throughout the world and having either or both manufacturing and service facilities in 12 countries.
March 18 - Lawyers.com
“If the Court holds that the NVRA does not preempt Proposition 200, this could invite states to impose all manner of additional requirements, potentially undercutting the congressional purpose of uniformity in voter registration in the NVRA and, again, potentially affecting the very composition of the federal government,” writes John Marshall Law School Professor Steven D. Schwinn on the Constitutional Law Prof blog. “But if the Court holds that the NVRA preempts Proposition 200, the ruling will restrict states in imposing additional requirements and will underscore national uniformity in voter registration.”
March 17 - Yahoo! News
Two outstanding legal experts will discuss the pros and cons in the ongoing affirmative action debate at a 12:30 p.m. program March 25, 2013, at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
March 15 - Yahoo! News
Attorneys, actuaries, economists, educators and financial planners will discuss the effects the Wall Street financial crisis and long-term unemployment are having on the American economy when The John Marshall Law School in Chicago presents “American Retirement Crisis: What Can Be Done?,” a day-long symposium on April 15, 2013.