Nov. 7 - WBEZ
"There were efforts to limit early voting in certain states; efforts to limit third party's abilities to register voters in Florida, that was overturned by the courts. I hope the lesson for both parties is that these kinds of cynical efforts to drive down the vote are not going to work in future elections. If we're going to look at electoral processes, with concern about integrity for the vote, we'll look honestly at the way we vote and try to bring new equipment, new opportunities, try to reduce the voting lines; do some things that are party neutral to enhance people's ability to vote, not depress people's vote."
Nov. 8 - Chicago Hispanic Newspaper
Appearing on the shows are (from left) Cecil J. Hunt II, a professor at The John Marshall Law School; Hon. Leonard Murray, an associate judge in the Circuit Court of Cook County; Michele M. Jochner, judicial law clerk to Justice Charles A. Freeman of the Illinois Supreme Court; and program moderator John T. Theis, a Chicago lawyer.
Nov. 7 - Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
Ann M. Lousin, a professor at The John Marshall Law School who tracks the high court, said only retirement stands in the way of a period of stability with the panel.
"This provides great continuity," she said. "That always happens when you have the same committee. I don't see any major changes in philosophy occurring."
Oct. 25 - CLTV
"It's highly unlikely [that we'll get a tie in the electoral college]. What could happen is one candidate gets the popular vote and the other one could get the electoral college vote."
Nov. 8 - Chicago Tribune
"This is so sad," said Ann Lousin, a John Marshall Law School professor who has written about judicial selection. "It shows how difficult it is to get somebody out.
"What happens every two years is the judges up for retention all join together and band together."
Nov. 7 - AgriNews
“You just don’t go out and become a farmer. You need business skills and agronomy skills,” said Virginia Harding, associate director for the Center for Real Estate Law.
Oct. 26 - Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
The ongoing battle against digital piracy has a new stumbling block in the form of European Union privacy laws. While U.S. website operators routinely gather data about end users, and sell it, in the EU such commercialization of private data has been largely prohibited since 1998. Unfortunately for copyright owners, privacy rights in the EU have also moved further away from U.S. policy to the point where they now challenge the ability of U.S. owners to prevent digital privacy from sites originating in the EU, including most of Europe. Wiggle room still exists, but enforcement methods must be reconfigured to survive this latest challenge.
Nov. 6 - PR Web
The John Marshall Law Review Editorial Board, published by The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, is pleased to announce the publication of its latest issue, which features pieces by six outstanding authors who examine the latest issues in ERISA and court cases focusing on ERISA provisions.
Nov. 2 - Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
John Marshall Dean John Corkery answers seven questions as first in a series of Illinois law school dean interviews.
November 2012 - Chicago Lawyer
"It does feel good to finally have a little bit of profitability peeking through," he said. "Part of it is vindication. I feel like I might actually be doing the right thing. Because I think that's one of my biggest concerns, have I made the right decision?"