Dr. Richard Thurston, senior vice president and general counsel at Taiwan Semiconductor, was a guest presenter at the law school.
An aptitude for math led the young Ronald Domsky to study finance and become a Certified Public Accountant. After being told that a law degree would make him more valuable to clients and employers, he earned a JD. He was successful in practice. He joined the adjunct faculty at The John Marshall Law School.
Associate Dean Kathryn Kennedy, director of the Center for Tax Law and Employee Benefits, joined with Joshua Rafsky of Jenner & Block, program moderator, in welcoming Pamela Baker of SNR Denton as the keynote speaker for the Sixth Annual Executive Compensation Institute on Oct. 2, 2012.
Students from The John Marshall Law School heard Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart deliver the keynote address at the Arab-American Bar Association of Illinois 2012 Installation Dinner Oct. 10, 2012.
Cyndi Trostin goes through a list of tax pointers for guests at the Center for Tax Law and Employee Benefits luncheon program on Circular 230 on Oct. 11, 2012. Trostin (JD ’91), an adjunct tax faculty member, practices at Glick and Trostin LLC.
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