Volume 10, Issue 3

Six new clinics added to enhance experiential learning

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Six new clinics added to enhance experiential learning

Students at The John Marshall Law School can receive more hands-on experience than ever before, as the school introduces six new clinics to its list of those already respected in local and national legal communities. The expansion is part of John Marshall’s focus on providing law students with an enriching, skills-focused learning experience.

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1L student wins $10,000 in national essay competition

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1L student wins $10,000 in national essay competition

A first-year student at The John Marshall Law School has won a national honor from the Black Women Lawyers’ Association by demonstrating her stellar writing and legal analysis skills.

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Diplomas to be awarded to 329 graduates

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The John Marshall Law School will present diplomas to 329 graduates at its 197th commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 18, 2014.

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Student uses AT&T Pro Bono Excellence Scholarship to help needy, elderly

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Student uses AT&T Pro Bono Excellence Scholarship to help needy, elderly

Melinda Tsang, a third-year student at The John Marshall Law School, has assisted needy clients of Chicago’s Center for Disability & Elder Law (CDEL) this semester thanks to the generosity of AT&T.

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Student volunteer efforts recognized at luncheon

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Student volunteer efforts recognized at luncheon

The volunteer efforts of more than 100 students who participated in The John Marshall Law School Pro Bono Program and Clinic over the past year were celebrated at an April 28, 2014, luncheon.

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John Marshall student publishes 1st book on new Chinese trademark law

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John Marshall student publishes 1st book on new Chinese trademark law

When a business takes its global production and marketing to China, it needs to protect its reputation and brand name. Paul Kossof, a third-year student at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, has set out to help businesses by writing the first book on China’s new trademark law which takes effect on May 1.

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Nuremberg prosecutor and Herzog lecturer promotes ‘law, not war’

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Nuremberg prosecutor and Herzog lecturer promotes ‘law, not war’

Preventing aggressive war and creating peace among turmoil is possible. But it can’t be done without a properly enforced international justice system, according to the last surviving Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin B. Ferencz.

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Editor's Note

In the Loop is published by The John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Copyright 2010-12

Editor: Marilyn Thomas, Director, Public Relations and Advertising; Contributors: Ciara Shook, Public Relations and Advertising.

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