Professor Arthur Acevedo
He provided comments to the Daily Herald regarding an ongoing contract dispute between the College of Dupage trustees and embattled school President Robert Breuder.
Professor Alberto Bernabe
He provided comments to Bloomberg BNA regarding a recent verdict against a gun retailer in Milwaukee, WI and why this case could spur more lawsuits against gun sellers.
Professor Sonia Green
She was interviewed by Comcast Newsmakers for her volunteer work with the Immune Deficiency Foundation.
Professor William Ford
He spoke at the annual meeting of the Intellectual Property Owners Association about “First Amendment Concerns and How They Impact Your Department.”
Professor Sam Jones
He was honored for his ongoing commitment and dedicated service to the youth and staff of the Juvenile Temporary Detention Center in Chicago.
Professor Doris Long
Director, Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law
She published the following columns in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin:
- “Will the Trans-Pacific Partnership help Chicago IP owners?”
“What to do about digital piracy?”
Professor Ann Lousin
She provided comments to Illinois radio station WYMG regarding the plea deal former U.S House speaker Dennis Hastert agreed to during a sentencing hearing on Oct. 28.
She held a discussion for international students at John Marshall titled “How America Will Elect a President in 2016.”
She was honored Sept. 26, by the Armenian International Women’s Association.
Professor Hugh Mundy
He appeared on NBC-Chicago and in the Chicago Sun-Times to comment on the Dennis Hastert case.
Professor Timothy O’Neill
He published the following columns in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin:
- “If there’s a fork in the road, take it”
- “Eighth Amendment to play major role in upcoming high court term”
Professor Steven Schwinn
He was on WBEZ radio where he discussed what cases will be before the United States Supreme Court this term and why the Court’s current approval rating is so low among Americans
He published Judicial Review of Referendums: The Political Process Doctrine and the Protection of Human Rights, Ho Chi Minh City University Law Review (2015), as well as Justiciability and Sovereign Immunity: Campbell-Ewald Co. v. Gomez, 43 ABA Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases 23 (2015).
He made the following presentations:
- Supreme Court October Term 2015 Preview, Constitutional Rights Foundation of Chicago, 2015 Annual Conference for Teachers in Civics, Law, and Government, Oct. 16
- Supreme Court October Term 2014 Review, Constitutional Rights Foundation of Chicago, 2015 Annual Conference for Teachers in Civics, Law, and Government, Oct. 16
- Responsibilities of Counsel When Appellate Adversary Appears Pro Se, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Successful Practice Before the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, Sept. 17
- Marriage Equality v. Religious Liberty, ABA Center for Professional Development, Same Sex Marriage: The Next Steps, Sept. 17
Professor Mark Wojcik
He was presented a Happy Warrior Award from the American Veterans for Equal Rights.
He provided comments to Crain’s Chicago regarding how victories for workers at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has created more business for lawyers.
He provided tips to Chicago Lawyer Magazine on the best ways law students can transition into lawyers.
He published a column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about sports agents needing to act more professionally.
He spoke about legal challenges at the 13th annual Veteran’s Entrepreneurial Boot Camp on November 12, sponsored by the Illinois Small Business Development Center at Governors State University.