Nov. 26 - Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
Stark handled real estate law for about eight years before becoming a professor at The John Marshall Law School.
"I'm glad I had that time in practice first because it ended up being invaluable to the research ideas I've come up with since," she said.
Nov. 26 - Yahoo! News
The Center for Real Estate Law at The John Marshall Law School will present “Demystifying Green Construction and the Public Sector” at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, at the law school, 315 S. Plymouth Ct.
Nov. 23 - Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
"It's a difficult issue and one that will not see resolution for some time regardless of how this review goes, precisely because it's almost a circular question," Lim said.
Nov. 23 - Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
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Nov. 27 - 1888 Press Release
Dolendi (Chicago) provides litigation defense, coverage advice, risk analysis and reserve assessment on behalf of international and domestic insurers and reinsurers. His coverage litigation practice involves first-party property losses, third-party general liability claims and bad faith. He also represents agents, brokers and claims administrators in professional liability cases. He received his J.D. (2002), cum laude, from the John Marshall Law School. He earned his M.P.A. (1999) from Arizona State University and his B.S. (1994) from Illinois State University.
Nov. 14 - Chicago Lawyer
Frossard: Alex, you are currently clerking for the Honorable Charles P. Kocoras, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. We met in the spring of 2011 when you were looking for career advice. You told me your "dream job" was to become a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, but you thought you would begin with a clerkship for a federal judge. I recall that you were "pipelining" at the time we met by interning for a federal judge. However, that particular federal judge was not hiring. At that point, what did I suggest that you do?
Stamatoglou: You encouraged me to focus my efforts on meeting established professionals who were well-positioned to help me. As I realized during our chat, there is no substitute for having respected professionals vouch for you. You then mentioned that you were planning on meeting Judge Kocoras for lunch in the next week, and offered to pass my resume along to him. A week later you emailed me to let me know that Judge Kocoras wanted to meet with me. I called his chambers that day to set up a meeting.
Nov. 25 -Northwest Herald
Lance M. Green has joined Prime Law Group LLC. He brings with him more than 20 years experience in family law, probate and guardianship.
He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (economics) with a juris doctor degree from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Green serves as a family law mediator in McHenry County’s 22nd Judicial District.
Nov. 18 - The Academic Professional Advisory Committee
“ARTICLE XXX, Section 5 of our State Constitution (adopted in 1970) had as its purpose the safeguarding of the pensions of public employees,” said Ann Lousin, a faculty member at the John Marshall Law School and outspoken opponent of the amendment. She added that the change that was “proposed by this Amendment appears to be an attempt to circumvent or abolish those protections. For example, it is possible that a cost-of-living adjustment could be eliminated if this Amendment” passed.
SHE NOTED the amendment would have done “nothing for the State's pension-funding problem,” and, if approved, would have been “a catastrophe for Illinois.”
Nov. 16 - Office of Professionalism & Engagement
Frossard: What has surprised you the most about law school so far?
Lauren Adrian: I was all business in the weeks prior to law school. Being the first law student in my family, I was compelled to do some extra research in preparation, which reinforced the fact that law school was a highly competitive environment. Some sources went as far as suggesting the possibility of sabotage between students! I came to terms with the thought of having to watch my back once school started, but after the second week I didn’t see any evidence of student sabotage. In fact, my fellow students are all supportive and encouraging. After being in school for half a semester, I am very happy to report that there is a sense of community between the students. Our community thrives on the mentality that we are all in this together!
Nov. 16 - Land Use Prof Blog
Last year we blogged about the then-upcoming Kratovil Conference on the 40th Anniversary of The Quiet Revolution in Land Use Control, the seminal 1971 book by Fred Bosselman and David Callies. The conference was hosted by the Center for Real Estate Law and Practice at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, and the Symposium Issue has just come out in the John Marshall Law Review.