Dean Kathryn J. Kennedy
She was a moderator and speaker at the JCEB Government Invitational.
Professor Kim D. Chanbonpin
She was a panelist at Washington University School of Law for an International Conference on Skin Tone Preferences and/or Biases: Global Perspectives on Colorism.
She presented at Chicago-Kent IIT’s Spring 2015 Symposium, featuring rising generations of critical outsider scholars whose work is committed to the advancement of anti-subordination social change.
Professor William K. Ford
He was a panelist at the John Marshall Video Game Law Society and Chicago Bar Association Chicago Video Game Law Summit.
He moderated “Recent Developments in Video Game Law” as part of the John Marshall Video Game Law Society and CBA Chicago Video Game Law Summit.
Professor Marc D. Ginsberg
He moderated a panel discussion on medical negligence for the American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) 53rd Annual Meeting.
Professor Samuel V. Jones
He was a visiting Scholar at Northwestern University School of Law for the Spring 2015 semester.
Professor Daryl Lim
He provided comments to Slate regarding the failed proposed merger between Comcast and Time Warner.
He spoke at the European Patent Office in Munich on patent misuse.
Professor Ann M. Lousin
She was a presenter at the Ohio State Law Journal Symposium.
She was interviewed by Paul Lisnek of CLTV for “Politics Tonight” on April 14 regarding Illinois public pension issues.
She also provided comments to the Chicago Tribune about the pension crisis.
Professor Mary T. Nagel
She was a coach at the Evan A. Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition held at the University of Wisconsin.
Professor Timothy P. O’Neill
He was the closing speaker at the Illinois Appellate Court Conference, “Truth Is Made, Not Discovered: Some Reflections on the Role of an Appellate Court Justice” in Springfield, IL.
He was a judge at Northern Illinois University Law School’s 33rd Lenny B. Mandell Moot Court Competition.
Professor Steven Schwinn
He presented at the Annual Conference of the American Society on Aging.
He appeared on Arise TV as well as SiriusXM to discuss the Obamacare challenge at the Supreme Court.
He was a facilitator for a sub-committee at the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Awards.
He provided comments to Bloomberg BNA about the Illinois assault weapons ban.
He published articles in the following publications:
Jurist – “Anti-Sharia Laws: A Solution in Search of a Problem”
ABA Preview – “Disability Rights: City and County of San Francisco v. Sheehan”
ABA Preview – “Habeas Corpus, Brumfield v. Cain”
Professor Mark E. Wojcik
He was the Program Chair and Presenter at the ABA Section of International Law Spring Meeting.
He was a moderator at the ABA Section of International Law.
He was a speaker at the following events:
Chicago Bar Association Committee on Military Law and Veterans Affairs
Chicago Bar Association LGBT Committee meeting.
“Internet Defamation,” Raidla, Lejins, and Norcous” in Vilnius, Lithuania