June 11 - Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
“I try to be a facilitator as needed or requested by my colleagues,” Nasharr said. “I do that by connecting people in the office as new lateral additions are made or as a particular client project requires.”
He doesn’t manage an office budget, though, because the firm is managed across practice groups.
June 12 - Gambling Compliance
“If pension reform is passed, I think the governor will be prepared to sign a gambling expansion
bill,” said Cory Aronovitz, a Chicago gaming attorney.
“I don’t think gambling expansion will be an issue in the governor’s race,” Aronovitz said.
June 11 - WBEZ
A team looked at housing discrimination cases between 2009-12 and found a 30 percent increase in clients who alleged ‘source of income’ discrimination. In housing terms, that’s when landlords turn down renters because they have subsidized housing vouchers.
June 10 - PR Web
A team of students from The John Marshall Law School spent a year studying discrimination against specific classes and finds that major impediments are preventing strong enforcement of fair housing laws. The report was prepared for the Illinois Department of Human Rights.
June 10 - The Home Equity Theft Reporter Cases & Articles
The Fair Housing Legal Clinic of The John Marshall Law School, Chicago Illinois, provided support in preparing the briefs for the homeowners in this case. The Clinic, a Qualified Fair Housing Organization, was established and staffed with full-time attorneys to train and educate law students how to represent victims of housing discrimination.
June 6 - Senior Connection
"The parents of my students were immigrants and I knew the issues they were facing, so I went back to school and got my law degree from John Marshall Law School in 2003," she said.
Her expertise is immigration law. There followed a series of jobs with not-for-profit organizations, such as Refugee One, the National Justice Immigration Center and Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights. With Refugee One, Herrera-Giron was dealing with political asylum cases and said, "It opened up a world that I did not even know about, countries I had never heard of, such as Eritrea in Africa."
June 5 - Chicago Tribune
Service Friday, 1:00 p.m. at The Chapel, 8851 Skokie Blvd., Skokie (at Niles Center Rd.). Interment Westlawn Cemetery, Norridge. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the of Illinois, 215 W. Illinois, Suite 1 C, Chicago, IL 60654. Info The Goldman Funeral Group, Irwin Goldman Director www.goldmanfuneralgroup.com (847) 478-1600.
Our thoughts are with Elliot "Doc" Pollock's family.
June 2013 - Chicago Lawyer
I really am looking forward to graduation. Yet the truth is, whenever I think about graduation, I think about the months following graduation, and I can't help but feel, well, blue.
While I really did not start to feel it until my final semester, I noticed several of my classmates showing signs on the very first day of the third year.
June 6 - Digital Journal
As the housing market rebounds, Professor Allison Bethel, director of The John Marshall Law School Fair Housing Legal Clinic in Chicago, reminds architects and builders to be aware of mandated accommodations for persons with disabilities.
June 2013 - Chicago Lawyer
Thanks to an inspiration from prominent civil rights movement attorneys and public figures such as Thurgood Marshall and C.B. King, Evans dropped dreams of a medical career for one that ultimately resulted in him making some history of his own—as the first black chief justice of the Cook County Circuit Court.
That Evans climbed the ranks as a minority to head one of the world's largest court systems is enough to stake a claim in the local history books. And after a nearly half-century career dedicated to public service and social justice and pushing progress in the circuit court, he has a story to tell.