Rod Rosenstein, Deputy Attorney General of the United States, visited The John Marshall Law School on November 16 to interact with students, faculty and other guests.
Rosenstein engaged in a wide-ranging conversation with Joseph Morris, Attorney/Owner of Morris & De La Rosa, a former Assistant U.S. Attorney General and a member of John Marshall’s Board of Visitors. Among other topics, Rosenstein discussed his career path and his hopes and goals for decreasing violence in Chicago.
Rosenstein encouraged questions from students, who asked about how he avoids political influence in his work, remedial programs for recently released prisoners and the best career path for students interested in working for the Department of Justice.
“We were honored to host Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein on campus. We appreciated him taking time to speak with us on so many topics of current interest to Chicago and the nation. We also appreciated his emphasis on the rule of law and professional ethics,” said John Marshall Dean Darby Dickerson.